Bloodcurdling images: she laughs and dances after fatally grabbing two pedestrians

Chilling images: she laughs and dances after being fatally caught by two pedestrians


A 24-year-old American girl, who was reportedly sentenced to 14 years in prison for fatally hitting two pedestrians while intoxicated, reportedly giggled, danced and sang right after the facts, according to police body camera footage. 

“Why would I have called 9-1-1 if I [had just hit two people]”, launched Stephanie Melgoza, captured by a police body camera, whose images were published by the Law & Crime Network on YouTube and widely shared on TikTok in the past few days.

In the footage, the 24-year-old American can be seen smiling and giggling as she underwent her blood alcohol test on April 10, 2022, shortly after snatching Andrea Rosewicz, 43, and Paul Prowant, 55, to death years old, on a road in Illinois, according to what several American media reported.

@dailymail How can you NOT realize you just killed two people. #fyp #stephaniemelgoza #bradleyuniversity #illinois #dui #truecrime ♬ original sound – Daily Mail

Highly intoxicated, the young woman allegedly blew more than three times the alcohol limit after failing all East Peoria police tests, according to the Law & Crime Network.

Once at the hospital, the young woman would have started dancing and singing to fill the silence, before asking the police officer present questions about the state of her car, worrying more about how she would get to college the next day.

“Did you hear what I told you? You're going to jail tonight for aggravated driving under the influence. Did you understand that you killed two people tonight?” replied the officer behind the camera, before she asked him again if she could go to school the day after then.

“We are finished. You don't give a damn about killing two people tonight, it's sad, pathetic and horrible at the same time,” added the officer.

Stephanie Melgoza would have been sentenced to 14 years in prison after pleaded guilty to two counts of aggravated driving under the influence and two counts of aggravated reckless driving.