A Cleveland woman who admitted to hitting and killing a 12-year-old boy with her car last summer and then continued to drive without a valid license is set to be sentenced in court Monday morning.
CLEVELAND - A Cleveland woman who admitted to hitting and killing a 12-year-old boy with her car last summer and then continued to drive without a valid license was sentenced Wednesday.
Starlesha Lewis, 19, will spend two years in jail.
Lewis is accused of fatally hitting Ameer Mitchell with her car while he played outside his East Cleveland home on August 20, 2016.
According to court records, she was arrested and charged with aggravated vehicular homicide and failure to stop after the crash.
She was sentenced to 18 months for vehicular homicide. She was also sentenced to 24 months in connection to a drive-by shooting. Her sentences will run concurrently.
Her driver's license will be suspended for four years after she is released.
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A News 5 investigation found she never had a valid drivers license and shouldn't have been behind the wheel in the first place.
After she posted bond, Lewis bragged on social media about driving and getting into other crashes.
She had been pulled over on three separate occasions and even arrested after Ameer's death: