Mayor Philippe Bien-Aime, who was sworn in Tuesday evening, mentioned the three teens during the ceremony. The announcement of charges against Coulibaly brought to an end frustration from the parents, who believed the police were not being upfront about the case.”For some reason, we’re protecting the identity of somebody that has killed and murdered three young boys,” Brett Rosen, an attorney for the boys’ families, had told WPLG early Tuesday. The families did not know the identity of the driver for three days. A GoFundMe page set up for the boys had raised $61,000 for funeral expenses as of early Wednesday morning
Mariam Coulibaly Biography
Mariam Coulibaly is an exotic dancer from Miami, Florida who struck and killed 3 teenagers at a North Miami bus stop just after 5 a.m. on Saturday, May 25, 2019. She was allegedly driving 60 miles per hour when she struck the three victims Gedeon Desir, 13, Lens Desir, 15, and Richecarde Dumay, 17, who were all killed on impact.
Mariam Coulibaly Age
Have you been wondering how old is Mariam Coulibaly who is an exotic dancer from Miami, Florida, well according to our research, she is 31 years old.
Mariam Coulibaly Height
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Mariam Coulibaly Family
Unfortunately, there is no much about her family what we have found out is that Coulibaly’s family told the Miami Herald that she had stopped stripping and started to turn her life around. According to her brother-in-law, she recently moved to Miramar, Florida and landed an office job as well as working as a hairdresser on the side. Despite her long history of traffic violations, lawsuits, and criminal cases, her family says she is not that type of person.
“The last thing we know is that she was having a good time in Miami, probably Miami Beach like anyone else on Memorial Day weekend,” her brother-in-law told the Miami Herald, “We are thinking that she was probably heading home … She’s a good woman. It’s not like she’s a troublemaker. This is just an unfortunate accident. She’s not even the type of girl to be out late. She’s not reckless.”
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While speaking about the investigation to the Herald, Richecarde Dumay’s father, Antonio, said, “What’s on my mind is that my son is nothing to them. But I want to let them know that he’s everything to me. He had a bright future in front of him. He’s gone and I don’t have an answer yet from the people that’s supposed to give the best answer… I didn’t take him from Haiti to come here to die.” Antonio Dumay lives in Alabama.
Miami-Dade commissioner for District 8, Danielle Levine Cava, said in a statement regarding the three young victims, “Our hearts go out to the loved ones of these young boys as they mourn this tragic loss. We can and must do better to ensure the safety of pedestrians.” While the new mayor of North Miami, Philippe Bien-Aime, discussed the three deceased teens during his inauguration on May 28.
Mariam Coulibaly Education
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Mariam Coulibaly Career
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Mariam Coulibaly Net Worth
Coulibaly filed for bankruptcy after accumulating $325K of debt. Jackson Health Systems filed a lien against her for $218,404 for unpaid medical bills stemming from a 2017 car accident. Her debt also includes the settlements from the two lawsuits she lost in 2013 and 2014.
Mariam Coulibaly Admitted
Coulibaly is currently in the intensive care unit at Aventura Hospital recovering from her injuries. “I’m very much depressed about everything going on. I came from a blackout. When I woke up I didn’t even know that I hurt people,” Coulibaly told the Miami Herald from her hospital bed, “I shattered my chest. I had surgery on my stomach; shattered my hip.”
Mariam Coulibaly History of Bad Driving
She has an extensive history of tickets, car accidents, and misdemeanor arrests. She received 35 traffic infractions in Miami-Dade County since 2008 which include reckless driving, failing to stop at a red light, expired tags, and knowingly driving on a suspended license. Most of her charges and infractions have been dismissed.The GoFundMe page that has been set up for the victims called Coulibaly a “suspected drunk driver with a suspended license.” A lawyer for the families of the victims, Brett Rosen, told WPLG, “For some reason, we’re protecting the identity of somebody that has killed and murdered three young boys.”
She was involved in 4 separate accidents in 2015. In January, she rear-ended an SUV on Miami Beach and was cited for careless driving. The next month, she sideswiped a car on the Florida Turnpike and fled the scene but was later caught and charged, the charges were later dropped due to the victim not showing up for court. 4 days later, she T-boned a vehicle after running a red light in Miami Gardens. She also fled the scene of that crime but was later caught and given two tickets but no points on her license. In addition to her numerous traffic violations, she caught two criminal cases, one for marijuana possession and another for shoplifting. Both crimes occurred in 2013 and both cases were eventually dropped, according to the Miami Herald’s reporting.
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Miami exotic dancer was driving drunk when she killed 3 teens, police say
An exotic dancer leaving a Miami nightclub was driving drunk when she plowed into three teenagers, killing all of them, early Saturday, according to police. Mariam Coulibaly, 31, was charged with three counts of DUI manslaughter and three counts of vehicular manslaughter late Tuesday, according to the North Miami Police Department.”The North Miami Police Department will continue to work with the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office to ensure the prosecution of this case,” the department said in a statement. “Furthermore, we will collaborate with our community partners to assist and provide support to the victims’ families.”
Gideon Desir, 13, Lens Desir, 15, and Richecarde Dumay, 17, were killed while they were walking to a bus stop at about 5 a.m. The trio, members of Little Haiti Football Club, was heading to a soccer tournament in Weston, about 30 miles northwest of North Miami. Coulibaly, who was also hurt in the accident, was still being held at Aventura Hospital and Medical Center late Tuesday, according to Miami ABC affiliate WPLG. Sources told WPLG she was at the strip club the night before the accident. She was also driving on a suspended license, according to the Miami Herald.”Our hearts go out to the loved ones of these young boys as they mourn this tragic loss,” Danielle Levine Cava, Miami-Dade commissioner for District 8, said in a statement. “We can and must do better to ensure the safety of pedestrians.”