IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — The teenage son of University of Iowa men’s basketball coach Fran McCaffery was found guilty Tuesday of failure to yield to a pedestrian who later died from injuries suffered in the crash.
A judge found Jonathan McCaffery, 17, guilty of the simple misdemeanor in the crash, which injured Corey J. Hite, 45, of Cedar Rapids. Hite died about two weeks after the crash.
McCaffery will be sentenced Oct. 13. He faces up to a $1,000 fine, a 180-day driver’s license suspension or both.
The crash happened May 22 while McCaffery was driving from his high school in Iowa City. McCaffery was passing stopped cars in a right lane when one of those motorists indicated to a runner that he could cross the multilane street.