Bond set at $200,000 for driver Callie Kuhasz accused in cyclist Bill Davis' death

BOULDER, Colo. - A Boulder County judge has set bond at $200,000 for a driver who was on probation for an alcohol-related offense when she was allegedly involved in a weekend hit-and-run that killed a cyclist.

The Boulder Daily Camera reports that at the bail hearing Monday, Boulder Deputy District Attorney Laura Kinde said prosecutors saw Callie Kuhasz posting photos of herself drinking a beer shortly after starting probation for driving while ability impaired in March. The 24-year-old Boulder resident also has previous arrests for DUI and public intoxication.

According to a police affidavit, officers found a 30-pack of beer with only five cans unopened in the car with her when Kuhasz was found shortly after and not far from the crash that killed 35-year-old Bill Davis on Saturday in Boulder.

Davis was part of the RallySport Cycling Club based in Boulder. He joined the team about four years ago, shortly after he moved to Colorado.

Davis' wife said her husband was killed doing the thing he loved most.

"He was wonderful, he just was one of those guys that everybody loved. He was the smartest most kind man and he was just the best dad ever," said Bri Davis.

A GoFundMe account was setup to help Davis' family.

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