A South Paris woman has been found guilty of a traffic violation for having struck and killed a boy in a Lewiston crosswalk, according to the Sun Journal.

Presiding this week over a nonjury bench trial, Judge Rick Lawrence found Laurie Young guilty of failing to yield to Jayden Cho-Sargent as the Lewiston boy was crossing Main Street last November, the newspaper reported Thursday. Young’s pickup truck struck and killed Cho-Sargent, who was 13 years old.

Lawrence sentenced Young to a loss of her driver’s license for three years and a $3,000 fine. She can resolve $2,000 of that fine by instead performing 200 hours of community service, which most likely would be by speaking publicly to school kids about her experience.

The charge of failing to yield to a pedestrian in a crosswalk, resulting in death, is a civil violation, which meant Young was not facing possible time behind bars.