The woman who hit a Holland Patent teen at Darien Lake and left him for dead, has been found guilty of vehicular manslaughter, leaving the scene of a fatal incident, DWI, and aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
Jennifer Serrano, 48, faces a max of 4 and 2/3 to up to 14 years in prison when she is sentenced August 19 in Genesee County Court.
Connor Lynskey, 18, died August 11, of last year.
He was walking along Sumner Road toward the campground where he was staying after friends say he tried to call an Uber, then ran ahead to catch a friend.
His body was discovered 12 hours later.
The jury deliberated for three hours.
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