‘I want her to feel the pain I feel’: Southfield woman sentenced for hit-and-run that killed mother Chirin Kudeimati sentenced to 1-15 years in prison
A Southfield woman was sentenced Tuesday for running a red light, striking a 40-year-old mother in a crosswalk, and leaving her there to die.Police said they were called at 1:06 p.m. Dec. 4, 2019, to the area of West McNichols and Telegraph roads in Detroit.When they arrived, officers found Najla Mateen II, 40, of Detroit, lying on the ground. They said she had been struck by a car while in the crosswalk on Telegraph Road. Chirin Kudeimati, now 41, of Southfield, is accused of ignoring a red light while heading north on Telegraph Road. She crashed into Mateen and drove away, officials said. Mateen was pronounced dead at the scene.