Teen driver in crash that killed Coral Springs teacher is charged with vehicular homicide

A Fort Lauderdale teenager accused of driving a stolen car and being involved in a crash that left a Parkland woman dead was charged with vehicular homicide, grand theft auto and 14 other offenses.

The Broward state attorney’s office is charging Eric Janard Abraham, 17, of Fort Lauderdale, as an adult.

A judge ordered bonds totaling $666,000 during Abraham’s court appearance Wednesday, when he wore an orange jumpsuit and used a walker.

Christianne Weiner, 53, taught fourth-graders at Coral Springs Elementary School before her death Dec. 27. Her students and colleagues were offered grief counseling when they returned to class Jan. 9, the school district said.

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