Woman cited for role in June fatal crash

Posted at 10:29 AM, Sep 12, 2017
and last updated 2017-09-12 11:32:02-04

Three months after a crash killed three at 72nd and Cass, a 57-year-old woman has been cited for her role. 

Rhonda Boisseau was ticketed Monday for willful reckless driving, obstructing a police officer and providing false information.

Prior to the citation, police believed 24-year-old Andrew Torrice was at fault in the crash for running a red light on his motorcycle. However, Torrice's mother had long insisted that road rage from Boisseau lead to her son's death. 

“A woman tried to run him over, she chased a 24-year-old boy,” she said through a FaceTime interview with 3 News Now in July. “I can’t even imagine what the last thoughts that went through my son’s head were. Probably, this woman is trying to kill me. What did I do that is making this woman chase me?”

A witness told 3 News Now a day after the crash occurred that "Something was going on the way that car was chasing that motorcycle."