Mackenzie Shirilla crash sentence is 15 years to life, judge rules


A teenager convicted of killing two people after a judge found she intentionally slammed her car into a commercial building at 100 mph in northeastern Ohio was sentenced to 15 years to life in prison on Monday.

Following a bench trial last week, a Cuyahoga County judge found 19-year-old Mackenzie Shirilla guilty of multiple charges including two counts of murder in the July 31, 2022 single-vehicle crash in the Cleveland suburb of Strongsville.

The early morning wreck killed her boyfriend, Dominic Russo, 20, and 19-year-old Davion Flanagan, the Strongsville Police Department said.

Common Pleas Court Judge Nancy Margaret Russo also found Shirilla guilty of other charges including aggravated vehicular homicide and drug possession.


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