Mother of teen suspect wants to apologize at vigil for victim of deadly crash
Vince Vitrano reports. Video by tmj4.comvideo
MILWAUKEE - The mother of a teenager accused in a deadly hit and run hopes to make at an apology at a prayer vigil for the victim.
The teenage girl, 13, allegedly stole a car and went drag racing.
She faces accusations of striking and killing Ronald Forbes, who was riding his bike at the time.
The girl's mother was to attend a prayer vigil near the corner of North 39th Street and West Glendale Avenue.