Camille Dennis-Bond Wiki – Camille Dennis-Bond Biography

A Minnesota woman who competed in a street race with her 17-year-old brother and killed a couple in the process has been sentenced to 15 years in prison. Camille Dennis-Bond, 21, and Leon Bond, who were driving vehicles with passengers seated next to her, participated in a race on an eastbound county road at 10:30 am on April 4, 2021.

Leon was reportedly racing his sister Camille when, according to a witness, she drove “incredibly fast” into an SUV that was turning left from the westbound lane. Driver Dalton Lee Ford and his 22-year-old girlfriend, Tayler Nicole Garza, were inside the van. The car “basically turned to dust and broke in half,” the witness continued. Both Garza and Ford were pronounced dead at the site.

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Leon Bond’s twin sister, who was in the vehicle with him, underwent five surgeries and spent nearly six weeks in hospital after sustaining serious injuries to much of her body, The StarTribune reported. When Leon Bond struck Ford and Garza, the brothers’ vehicles were estimated to be traveling at about 100 mph on a 50 mph highway, and state police found they were traveling as fast as 114 mph. If they weren’t racing, the brothers were said to have been involved in a road rage incident. He eventually admitted to police that he and his sister had decided to compete to see who could reach 50 first while at a stoplight. Bond claimed that he saw the SUV, but thought that he could escape a collision if he went through the intersection quickly.


Camille Dennis-Bond, who did not hit the couple, was found guilty of two counts of third-degree murder and criminal vehicular manslaughter in mid-December. She was also charged with illegal vehicular operation and reckless driving. She was sentenced to 15 years in prison, but she will most likely only serve nine and a quarter years due to time served and supervised release. Despite clashing with Ford and Garza, brother León was charged as a juvenile and pleaded guilty to two counts of third-degree murder in January. The county attorney had objected to the 17-year-old being charged as a minor. He will remain in a juvenile institution for an extended period and will serve probation until the age of 21. He will immediately be given a prison sentence of 25 years as an adult if he violates the terms of his probation.

According to Garza’s obituary, Ford considered Garza “the love of his life” and together they enjoyed “adventures camping, hiking, car clubs and traveling.” “They were also ‘foodies’ and loved to cook and try new restaurants and different foods together.” The two graduated from the same high school in 2017.Read More……

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