UPDATE: A teenager has been charged in the hit-and-run accident that claimed the life of an Auburn native in Illinois. Bolingbrook, Illinois police have charged 19-year-old Eduardo Avila Jr. with failure to stop after a personal injury accident and failure to report an accident, and have issued a warrant for his arrest. 35-year-old Tricia Hoyt was hit and killed last weekend; her body was found at around noon Sunday.
Police in Bolingbrook, Illinois are investigating a hit and run accident that has claimed the life of an Auburn native.
According to a report from WGN-TV, the body of 35-year old Tricia Hoyt was found just after noon on Sunday on the grass beside a frontage road in Bolingbrook, located about 30 miles south of Chicago.
The medical examiner’s office says the single mother of two children died from multiple injuries sustained in a hit and run that occurred between 11:00pm on Saturday and 1:00am on Sunday.
Bolingbrook Police Lt. Tony Columbus tells Finger Lakes News Radio investigators are examining phone and computer records and interviewing people who had contact with her in the hours leading to her death.
Miss Hoyt’s Facebook page says she graduated from Auburn High School and studied criminal justice and law at Cayuga Community College.