The 23-year-old woman who allegedly drunkenly ran down those four people on Twin Peaks on December 20 has been identified as Gina Eunice. She was arraigned Monday morning in San Francisco Superior Court, at which point a judge scheduled a hearing for January 14. The judge also lowered her bail from $2 million to $1 million, after her attorney argued for a reduction to $500,000.
During the incident on Christmas Tree Drive, Eunice is said to have had a blood alcohol level of 0.23, according to the police and prosecutors. She was driving with three others in the car, including a seventeen-year-old, and drove her car into four people walking along the road near Vista Point on Twin Peaks, sending them falling down the hillside. Two were injured, and one, 56-year-old Chinese citizen Yuee Yao, was killed.
Eunice pleaded not guilty to one count of gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated, two counts of DUI causing injury and one count of hit-and-run, all felonies. She also pleaded not guilty to two misdemeanor counts of endangering the health of a minor and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.