Carly Rousso, the young woman who was charged with aggravated DUI and reckless homicide for allegedly “huffing” canisters of cleaning products, getting high and driving into a family, killing 5 year old Jaclyn Santos-Sacramento, was found guilty of aggravated DUI today after a bench trial. She had plead guilty to the allegations of reckless driving on Tuesday.
The case was continued for post-trial motions and sentencing. In the interim, a pre-sentencing report will be prepared for the judge to help in sentencing. Rousso remains free on bond pending sentencing. She faces a sentence of up to 14 years in prison.