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Monroe student driving in fatal prom night crash put on house arrest

A 17-year-old Liberty Township teenager died, and three others were hurt in a prom night crash on Millikin Road in April. (FOX19 NOW/file) A 17-year-old Liberty Township teenager died, and three others were hurt in a prom night crash on Millikin Road in April. (FOX19 NOW/file)
Four Monroe High School students were injured in a car accident Friday on their way to prom, school officials said. (WXIX) Four Monroe High School students were injured in a car accident Friday on their way to prom, school officials said. (WXIX)
Kaylie Jackson (Provided by: gofundme.com) Kaylie Jackson (Provided by: gofundme.com)
MONROE, OH (FOX19) -

The 17-year-old Monroe student who was driving the car on prom night that killed a classmate has been put on house arrest, according to Rob Clevenger, Butler Juvenile Court Director.

She was ordered by a Butler County Juvenile Court judge to not have any contact with the victims and she must surrender her license.

Kaylie Jackson,17, died in the April 27 crash on Millikin Road and two other students who were passengers in the car were injured.

The case was originally set for arraignment May 24 with Magistrate Patricia Wilkerson, but on May 16, counsel filed a waiver to set a pretrial hearing for July 16, 2 pm, with Judge Ronald R. Craft presiding.

On May 23, the state and the defense reached an agreement for a court order to be placed on the juvenile defendant setting interim conditions.

A hearing associated to the conditions was held yesterday, May 24.

Judge Craft ordered the defendant on house arrest and to have no contact with victims and their families. The defendant's license was also confiscated by probation officials.

Victims and attorneys were present at yesterday’s hearing. The juvenile defendant was not at yesterday’s hearing as her attorney represented her at the hearing.

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