Bayshore crash suspect arrested on additional vehicular homicide charge

Hillsborough County
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An 18-year-old has been arrested on an additional vehicular homicide charge after a toddler involved in a crash on Wednesday died.

21-month-old Lillia Raubenolt died 24 hours after her mother, Jessica Raubenolt, was killed when she was hit by a car as she crossed Bayshore Boulevard.

Tampa police say Cameron Herrin was speeding in a Ford Mustang with his brother Tristan Herrin in the passenger seat.

Driving next to them in a Nissan was John Barrineau, 17. Witnesses say the cars were switching lanes. 

Cameron Herrin was initially charged with vehicular homicide and unlawful racing on a highway, but instead of facing a charge of reckless driving resulting in serious bodily injury for the toddler, Herrin will face the additional charge of vehicular homicide. 

Herrin is being held without bond and should make a first appearance in court Saturday morning.

Barrineau has remained in jail since Wednesday and also faces a new charge of vehicular homicide.

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