A 24-year-old woman who was placed on probation for driving drunk is accused of doing it again.
In the latest case, Callie Kuhasz is accused of hitting a father of three who was riding his bike just outside of Boulder, and then leaving the scene of the crash.
She was on probation after pleading guilty to driving while ability impaired.
Investigators say Kuhasz hit bicyclist Williams Davis, 35, after 5 p.m. Saturday.
"He was the man we all aspired to be," said Adam Hecht, who used to work and ride with Davis. "He was an amazing father, gave me the best advice that a person can give, he was a great coworker, he was a really talented cyclist, he was just a perfect friend.
"It's just a huge loss for all of us."
Another friend of Davis', Jacob Read, called him someone that had everything going for him.
"You couldn't hate him because he was a great guy," Read said. "He never made you feel bad about yourself for how good he was for doing all this stuff."
According to her arrest report, Kuhasz had been boating before the crash.
The arrest report says Kuhasz had a 30-pack of Busch Light on the passenger floorboard. Only five of the beers hadn’t already been opened.
The passenger in Kuhasz’s vehicle told investigators he had been asleep at the time of the crash. When asked about the beer on the floorboard, the passenger said “they had more while they were boating.”
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“I questioned if he meant in addition to the 30-pack. He repeated his statement about having more while they were boating,” the report said.
According to the report, Kuhasz refused to cooperate with investigators in giving a blood sample.
The arrest report from Kuhasz’s first drunk driving arrest in Boulder in March 2016 says police pulled her over at 3 a.m. on a Saturday.
During that incident, the report says Kuhasz failed road-side maneuvers, told investigators she had two drinks and blew 0.076 an hour after the arrest.
A GoFundMe has been set up for Davis' family HERE.