Lake County Court Records Show a History of Traffic Offenses for Deerfield Hit-and-Run Suspect Accused of Hitting 12 Yr-Old Boy, Chase Thompson

Stacy Shapiro, suspect in hit-and-run Deerfield
Stacy Shapiro, suspect in hit-and-run Deerfield.

Hit-and-Run suspect Stacy Shapiro, accused of leaving the scene of a crash that critically injured Chase Thompson at Deerfield Road and Beverly Place in Deerfield has history of several traffic offense, according to Lake County Circuit Court records.

According to records going back to June 20 2007, Stacy Shapiro has been in court for the following traffic offenses …

Offense Date 6/17/2007 … Stacy Shapiro was charged with one count of a “Substantive Offense” of Improper Turn at Intersection by Highland Park police.

Offense Date 11/30/2007 … Stacy Shapiro was charged with one count of a Substantive Offense” of Disregarding a Stop Sign by Highland Park Police Department.

Offense Date 1/13/2012 … Stacy Shapiro was charged with one count of a Substantive Offense” of using and Electronic Communication Device by Highland Park Police Department.

Offense Date 5/22/2012 … Stacy Shapiro was charged with one count of a Substantive Offense” of Failure to Reduce Speed by Deerfield Police Department.

Offense Date 8/20/2016 … Stacy Shapiro was charged with one count counts of a “Substantive Offense” of Failure to Reduce Speed by Deerfield Police Department.

Offense Date 5/28/2014 … Stacy Shapiro was charged with one count of a Substantive Offense” of using and Electronic Communication Device by Highland Park Police Department (CHARGES WERE DROPPED).

Offense Date 8/20/2016 … Stacy Shapiro was charged with one count of a “Substantive Offense” of Operating an Uninsured Motor Vehicle by Deerfield Police Department.

Offense Date 12/16/2019 … Stacy Shapiro was charged with one count of a “Substantive Offense” of Failure to Reduce Speed by Deerfield Police Department.

Offense Date 2/7/2019 … Stacy Shapiro was charged with one count of a “Substantive Offense” of Failure to Report a Personal Injury Accident by Deerfield Police Department.

The speeding case for the 12/16/2019 offense was still open when Stacy Shapiro was charged with Failure to Report a Personal Injury Accident (2/7/2020) on 2/14/2020.

Charges have been filed against a woman who struck a child while driving on Deerfield Road, leaving the boy for dead. CBS 2’s Chris Tye reports

Deerfield Police on Friday, February 14, 2020, charged Stacy Shapiro, age 46, of Northbrook in the hit-and-run that injured 12-year-old boy, Chase Thompson, in Deerfield.

Stacy Shapiro was charged with leaving the scene of an accident involving personal injury, a class-two felony, one week after the accident.

Chase Thompson, 12, was struck and critically injured by a hit-and-run driver in Deerfield about 7:00 p.m. Friday February 7, 2020 at Deerfield Road and Beverly Place in Deerfield.

Investigators believe Stacy Shapiro was traveling about 35 miles per hour without braking when she struck the boy.

Bond was set for $250,000 for Stacy Sharpiro, and her next scheduled court date is February 18, 2020.

Stacy Shapiro, suspect in hit-and-run Deerfield
Stacy Shapiro, suspect in hit-and-run Deerfield (SOURCE: Deerfield Police Department).
Stacy Shapiro, suspect in hit-and-run Deerfield
Stacy Shapiro, suspect in hit-and-run Deerfield (SOURCE: Deerfield Police Department).

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Chase Thompson, 12 year-old victim of vehicle vs pedestrian incident in Deerfield, Illinois (SOURCE: Deerfield Police Department)
Chase Thompson, 12 year-old victim of vehicle vs pedestrian incident in Deerfield, Illinois (SOURCE: Deerfield Police Department).

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