Loretta Robinson, Grieving Mother, Billed For Cleanup After Son Killed By Undocumented Drunk Driver (VIDEO)
“I had to pay to have the vehicle towed. I had to pay for the vehicle removed and to clean up the street from Justin’s blood,” Robinson said. According to WYFF, Robinson also paid to have the wrecked car stored for months in case there was a trial. The South Carolina State Office of Victims Assistance offers a combined total of up to $15,000 for medical, funeral, counseling and wage compensation for the families of victims of crime.
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