No jail time for woman in fatal crash in Pitkin County

21st April, 2015 by


ASPEN — Christine Tinner came to Pitkin County Court on Tuesday with a bouquet of roses, hoping it would be the first step in gaining forgiveness. She intended to give individual flowers to relatives and others associated with the case of Meleyna Kistner, who was killed Aug. 23 when Tinner drove her vehicle across the center line on Highway 133, colliding head-on with the vehicle Kistner was driving as her boyfriend slept.Tinner’s gesture, however, was met with rejection by Kistner’s stepmother, who, at the sentencing hearing’s end, threw the flowers in Tinner’s direction.The courtroom incident was emblematic of some of …

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