Suspect in deadly Bayshore crash arrested on new charge, held without bond

- One of the suspects in a case of alleged street racing on Bayshore Blvd. has been arrested on a second count of vehicular homicide, according to online arrest records from the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office. 

Cameron Herrin, 18, initially faced one charge of vehicular homicide for the death of a woman he allegedly hit and killed Wednesday. Also injured in the incident was the woman's 21-month-old child.

After the toddler's death a day later, Cameron Herrin was given an additional charge of vehicular homicide.

His initial charges also included unlawful racing on a highway and reckless driving resulting in serious bodily injury, related to the injury of the toddler. He was released on $10,000 bond.

Now that he faces a second vehicular homicide charge, he is being held without bond.

Cameron's older brother, 20-year-old Tristan Herrin, was a passenger in the 2018 Ford Mustang that hit and killed 24-year-old mother Jessica Raubenolt, who was pushing her daughter, Lillia in a stroller. 

Police believe the Herrins were racing 17-year-old John Alexander Barrineau when the crash happened.

John Barrineau also faces an additional charge of vehicular homicide, as well as street racing and reckless driving resulting in serious bodily injury. 

Tristan Herrin faces one count of street racing.

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