Mika Westwolf, 22, was struck by a gold 2008 Cadillac Escalade driven by Sunny White, 28, whose children, Aryan, 4, and Nation, 2, were passengers at the time The case sparked fury among the Indigenous community in Montana after notes obtained by DailyMail.com showed police had failed to collect vital evidence White was finally arrested over Westwolf’s death last weekend, but the victim’s mother, Carissa Heavy Runner, claims she had to do police work herself. The mother of a Native American woman killed after being struck by a car driven by a suspected white supremacist has slammed a lackluster police probe that took seven months to bring a homicide charge, despite having a ‘cut and dry case’. Mika Westwolf, 22, was hit by a gold 2008 Cadillac Escalade driven by drug-addled Sunny White, 28, whose children, Aryan, 4, and Nation, 2, were in the car at the time. Police found White and her smashed vehicle around 40 miles away just over an hour after the crash on Highway 93 in Montana on March 31. Damage to her car matched the description of the crash, while cellphone data put her near the scene at the time of the incident. But a bungling police probe meant the alleged white supremacist was not charged with homicide over Westwolf’s death until last weekend, putting the victim’s family through months of agony while her suspected killer walked free in the community.
via dailymail: Mother of Native American woman killed by ‘white supremacist’ whose children are named ‘Aryan’ and Nation’ slams bungled police probe that took SEVEN months to bring homicide charge despite ‘cut and dry’ case