What happened to woman accused of texting while driving leading to homicide charge?
It appears this this controversial case is still ongoing.
Schroyer was charged with two offenses: tampering with evidence and vehicular homicide.
Each charge went to a separate court:
Tamper with evidence
This charge was dismissed by Erie County Common Pleas Court Judge Tygh Tone some time ago, according to court documents. No other information is available.
Here's what we know, with information provided by clerk employee Tami Horton based on the vehicular homicide charge.
• Rebecca Schroyer is currently on probation. On Aug. 22, 2013, an entry states: "(Schroyer) reports defendant is complying with all court orders. Therefore, jail sentence is stayed pending further order of court.
• If she is to serve jail, it will be in Erie County.
• Fine structure: $1000.00 fine $619.00 costs, 180 days jail (potentially suspended) and two year of suspension. She makes regular payments and has a balance of $738.62 (as of June 2014).