A girl charged in a deadly hit-and-run on Rolling Acres Street is dealing with scrutiny of her social media accounts by the prosecutor’s workplace.
Tara Rene Schiessle, 31, of Girl Lake, has pleaded not responsible to expenses of leaving the scene of an accident involving loss of life, leaving the scene of an accident involving severe bodily harm and submitting a false insurance coverage declare. Schiessle, a Lake Centre for Rehab bodily therapist assistant, stays free on $42,000 bond which was posted by her mother and father.
This previous week in Lake County Courtroom, the prosecutor’s workplace filed an inventory of tangible proof it might be introducing at an upcoming trial. The listing contains Schiessle’s cellphone data and her social media accounts, together with Fb, Twitter and LinkedIn. One fascinating merchandise within the listing is 2 pages of, “Tweets with replies by Tara Schiessle.”
Schiessle initially reported to her insurance coverage firm that she’d hit a deer on the evening of Sept. 11. Nonetheless, an investigation by the Florida Freeway Patrol revealed that Schiessle’s silver Jeep Cherokee Sport hit and killed 40-year-old Jamie Weinz as she was strolling alongside Rolling Acres Street, not removed from American Legion Submit 347. Her male companion was additionally hit and was airlifted to Ocala Regional Medical Heart with severe accidents.
Inside 12 hours, Schiessle contacted her insurance coverage firm and claimed she’d hit a deer. Investigators obtained an audio recording of the preliminary name to the insurance coverage firm and famous that Schiessle appeared to sound nervous. She by no means contacted legislation enforcement.
4 days after Weinz had been declared useless on the scene of the Rolling Acres Street hit-and-run crash, FHP investigators acquired an nameless tip that the automobile they had been searching for was within the car parking zone of Schiessle’s house complicated. The automobile was impounded and a blood pattern was taken from the entrance of the automobile. In the end, the blood pattern was decided to be a match for Weinz.
Weinz’s companion that evening later instructed investigators that they had been strolling to Wawa at U.S. Hwy. 27/441 at County Street 466 in Girl Lake. He mentioned Weinz was strolling behind him once they had been hit. He mentioned the automobile stopped momentarily, however even after he yelled on the driver, she saved going.