Randhawa and another suspect fled on foot after a fatal hit-and-run crash in downtown Milwaukee.
By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.
October 25, 2016
Milwaukee, WI – On Monday, Jasen Randhawa, 23, of Mequon turned himself to police in connection with early Sunday’s hit-and-run crash that resulted in the deaths of three women, Lindsey B. Cohen, 35, Ashley L. Sawatzke, 30 and Amy C. Taylor, 32, all from Chicago. The three women were riding in a Uber without wearing seat belts and the Uber driver Timothy Snyder, 41, who survived the crash was driving westbound on W. Clybourn St. when Randhawa with another passenger in a 2015 Lexus R350 ran a stop light going southbound on S. 2nd Street and struck the Uber. Both Randhawa, the Lexus driver and his passenger fled the scene on foot.
Snyder suffered a broken vertebrae and bleeding near the liver.
Randhawa is facing three felony counts for vehicular homicide while intoxicated and felony hit-and-run including additional charges.
In October 8, 2015, Randhawa pleaded guilty in Ozaukee County to misdemeanor driving with a revoked license for refusing to take a blood test for alcohol or control substances and paid a fine.