A Hennepin County judge has ordered the man sentenced for a fatal hit in run near the University of Minnesota campus to pay more than $138,000 to one of his victims. Peter Riley, the attorney for victim Sarah Bagley, says Judge Phillip Bush ordered Timothy Bakdash Wednesday to pay money to Bagley for medical expenses and pain and suffering compensation. Bagley, along with her friends Ben Van Handel and Katelynn Hanson, were on foot when they were struck by Bakdash, who was driving his car the wrong way on 5th Street Southeast in Dinkytown on April 15, 2011.
On Monday, the wife of a former Vikings player will learn how she’ll be punished for a deadly hit-and-run.
The man who killed a Twin Cities college student with his car is going to prison for 40 years.
A wrong-way drunk driver who hit three people in Dinkytown was sentenced to 40 years in prison on Monday.
More details are emerging about the night Timothy Bakdash ran down four University of Minnesota students and killed one last April.
The man accused of a deadly hit-and-run at the University of Minnesota has been found guilty on nine counts, according to the jury.
It’s now up to a jury to decide the fate of the man accused of a deadly hit-and-run at the University of Minnesota.
Timothy Bakdash was out celebrating his 29th birthday last April 15 at the Library Bar in Dinkytown. He was with his friend, Matt Dammon. On the witness stand Friday, Bakdash told jurors the two of them had been smoking pot before they got to the bar.
Lawyers made their opening statements Monday morning in the Timothy Bakdash case — the trial of a deadly hit and run that happened in Dinkytown.
The Hennepin County Attorney’s Office has dropped all criminal charges against the mother of a hit-and-run suspect, accused of intentionally hitting a man who later died.
The mother of a man accused of intentionally hitting a Wis. man, who later died, has been charged with two more counts for her role in the incident.
Prosecutors say a Wisconsin man mowed down in an act of revenge near the University of Minnesota was actually not the suspect’s intended target.
A grand jury has indicted a Minnesota man on a first-degree murder charge for allegedly plowing into a crowd of pedestrians and killing a Wisconsin man.