The Lexington woman accused of striking and killing a Louisville police officer and a UK employee had just finished a month of court-ordered DUI classes.
Court officials confirm that Suzanne Whitlow was issued a certificate for completing classes for a 2014 DUI. She finished the classes on October 6.
Her driver’s license had been suspended for 45 days and she was fined $700.
Whitlow has been charged with two counts of manslaughter and one count of driving under the influence. She is accused of striking and killing Louisville Metro Detective Jason Schweitzer and University of Kentucky employee Timothy Moore.
A family member told LEX 18 that they are still trying to figure out what is happening in Whitlow’s legal case. At this point all they would say was that this is a tragic situation and their hearts go our the victims’ families.
Det. Schweitzer’s wife is expecting their second child.