Pennsylvania Woman Convicted in Death of Her Daughter in 2012 Crash on Salisbury Bypass

Dec 17, 2013 -- 11:59am

A Pennsylvania woman has been convicted in the death of her daughter in a crash last year.

On Monday, a Wicomico County Circuit Court Judge found 38-year-old Tabitha Dobrzynski of New Kensington, Pennsylvania guilty of criminally negligent manslaughter be vehicle, driving while impaired by drugs, four counts of DWI-drugs while transporting a minor, negligent driving and a seatbelt violation. On August 5, Maryland State Police responded to the Salisbury Bypass for a crash. Dobrzynski’s Jeep Wrangler veered across the highway and rolled several times. Her 11-year-old daughter wasn’t wearing her seatbelt, was ejected from the middle of the back seat, and died from her injuries. Troopers found during their investigation into the crash found that Dobrzynski had taken several prescription drugs, including Soma, a muscle relaxer, before getting behind the wheel.

Return to: WGMD Local News Blog

Rush Limbaugh

Mon-Fri 12pm-3pm, Sun 1-4pm

Coming Up
Doug Beatty, 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.