Prospect Heights woman, 20, charged in Indian Creek hit-and-run that killed Glenview man, 22

Wojciech Glowik remembered as 'humble, kind, sweet, smart and handsome'

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Tuesday, March 1, 2022
Woman, 20, charged in hit-and-run that killed Glenview man
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A Prospect Heights woman has been charged in a Indian Creek hit-and-run on Route 45 that killed a Glenview man last year.

LAKE COUNTY, Ill. (WLS) -- A 20-year-old Prospect Heights woman was arrested and charged Monday in a Lake County hit-and-run crash that killed a 22-year-old Glenview man last year.

Amanda Cisneros-Elacio was driving the Audi that hit Wojciech Glowik and left the scene in the 200-block of Route 45 shortly after 2 a.m. Oct. 9, the Lake County Sheriff's Office said.

Amanda Cisneros-Elacio
Lake County Sheriff's Office

The investigation took hundreds of hours and consisted of dozens of interviews, subpoenaed records, records obtained via search warrant, reviewing video surveillance and more, the sheriff's office said.

An arrest warrant for failing to report an accident causing death was issued for Cisneros-Elacio Monday, and she was taken into custody at her Prospect Heights home.

Her bond is set at $500,000, and she remains held in the Lake County jail.

She's next due in court Tuesday.

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"I am very proud of our traffic crash investigators and sheriff's detectives who were relentless in their pursuit to locate the person responsible for leaving the scene of this deadly crash. If the driver had only stopped and called for help, maybe the young man who died would have had an opportunity to survive. I hope this arrest provides the victim's family with the first steps toward closure," Sheriff John D. Idleburg said.

The Lake County Coroner's Office said Glowik was left unconscious after being struck by the car last year.

He was taken to Advocate Condell Medical Center in Libertyville, where he died two days later.

Glowik's family said he was a "humble, kind, sweet, smart and handsome" man.

"We still feel his presence and are so devastated he did not come home to us," they said.