Woman charged in crash

By Tyler Vincent

A two-car accident between Waterman and Hinckley on Saturday night left two Leland residents dead and a DeKalb woman held on charges of reckless homicide.

Ana Zeciroski, 25, of DeKalb was arrested and charged with reckless homicide, disobeying a stop sign and driving under the influence. Police say the accident occurred when Zeciroski’s Mitsubishi Montero struck a 2000 Dodge Dakota West driven by William E. Parr.

Both Parr, 42, and Pamela Bane, 35, were killed in the accident. Parr died at the accident scene, and Bane died after being transferred to Kishwaukee Community Hospital.

Neither Parr nor Bane were wearing a seat belt, investigators found.

DeKalb County Sheriff Roger Scott said Zeciroski ran the stop sign at the Route 30 and Howison Road intersection. The intersection has a two-way stop sign for Howison but does not have one for Rt. 30.

Results of testing done on Zeciroski still are pending, Scott said, but it has been established that alcohol was involved.

Zeciroski also was transferred to Kishwaukee Community Hospital but since has been released to the custody of the DeKalb County Jail awaiting a bond hearing at 9 a.m. today.