Hit-and-run crash in Florida kills New York federal judge

BOCA RATON, Fla. (AP) - A Florida woman who claimed she was Harry Potter fatally hit a New York federal judge and seriously injured a 6-year-old boy after turning her car onto a sidewalk.
23-year-old Nastasia Snape is charged with vehicle murder and other crimes in the accident on Friday that killed 75-year-old District Judge Sandra Feuerstein, who has served in the eastern borough of New York since 2003. The boy Anthony Ovchinnikov was taken to hospital, however, his condition could not be determined Sunday.
According to court records, Boca Raton police witnesses said the Snape drove irregularly and stopped traffic on a busy road when it pulled onto the sidewalk and hit Flint. Snape then pulled back out into the street and hit the boy on a zebra crossing.
Police say Snape then fled to neighboring Delray Beach, where she crashed. A Delray police officer said Snape appeared to have convulsions but was able to get out of the car. She stared into space and would only say she was fine.
Police say Snape started screaming and fighting medics in the ambulance while yelling she was Harry Potter. The medics drugged them. Police say they found the synthetic drug commonly known as "bath salts" in her purse, which can cause psychotic episodes.
She remained jailed on Sunday for a $ 60,000 bond. The Palm Beach County Public Defender's Office was closed on Sunday and has a policy not to speak about his cases. There is a character in the Potter novels named Snape.
According to the Eastern District website, Feuerstein was appointed to the Bundesbank by President George W. Bush after 16 years as a judge in New York State. The jurisdiction of the court includes Long Island, including Brooklyn and Queens, and Staten Island.
She had led the case of a former New York police officer, Valerie Cincinelli, who is accused of paying her lover to kill her husband. The mistress went to the authorities and she was arrested. According to media reports, Cincinelli was found guilty this week. It is unclear how Feuerstein's death will affect the case. Her late mother, Annette Elstein, was also a judge, and it was believed they were the first mother-daughter duo to be a judge.
In a statement, Eugene Corcoran, chief executive of the Eastern District, said Feuerstein's "eccentric style and warm personality have lit the courtroom. She will be missed by her peers and litigants alike."
Feuerstein was born in New York in 1946 and worked as a teacher before graduating from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in 1979 with a law degree.
“She saw the role of a judge in interpreting, not creating, laws,” Joshua Glick, who worked for Feuerstein, told Newsday. “She focused on writing clear and concise opinions that were easy to understand. She was occasionally tough on litigants who she believed weren't completely open with her, but she was always fair. "

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