From Chicago Tribune
A Chicago man was driving while intoxicated on a suspended license when he struck a group of pedestrians waiting to cross a Northwest Side street early Saturday, killing one and seriously injuring two others, prosecutors said today in court.
Leroy Bobo’s blood-alcohol content was more than double the legal limit, Cook County prosecutors said in announcing multiple counts of aggravated DUI, failure to report a fatal accident and driving on a suspended or revoked license.
Bobo, 42, was northbound in the 3100 block of North Central Avenue in the Cragin neighborhood when his 2002 Chrysler PT Cruiser struck a parked car at about 12:45 a.m. and then veered into the victims as they stood on the east side of the street waiting to cross, according to court records.
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