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Ontario woman charged with impaired driving while on parole from fatal hit and run

In Richmond Hill, a woman who was previously charged with the murder of a cyclist while driving impaired was charged again, driving under in the influence.

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In Richmond Hill, a woman who was previously charged with the murder of a cyclist while driving impaired was charged again while driving under in the influence, according to CP24.

On Sunday, police received numerous call about an erratic driver on Highway 400 near King Road. After the police pulled her over, they allege they found her to be impaired by two times the legal alcohol limit.

Darya Sleinevich, 27, a former York University law student had already been sentenced to seven years in jail in 2017 after she pled guilty to a series of charges, one of which was impaired driving causing death because she had stuck a 44-year-old cyclist in 2015.

Investigators in 2015 found that she was driving 110 kilometres an hour in a Toronto neighbourhood that had a speed limit of 60 kilometres. After she struck the cyclist, Zeyong Kang, she continued on driving.

While fleeing from police in her damaged vehicle, she reached up to 200 kilometres per hour and ran a red light. Eventually, she pulled over and tried to run from police on foot but she was apprehended shortly thereafter.

Selinevich refused to provide a breath sample even after being made aware that she had killed a woman with her car.

Selinevich was banned from driving for 10 years as part of her sentence and eventually received parole.

She now faces new charges including impaired driving, driving under suspension and possession of drugs while operating a motor vehicle.

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