Suspect charged in drunk driving crash that killed pizza delivery driver

A pizza delivery driver was killed when a suspected drunk driver hit her vehicle in Commerce Township. 

The man who police say caused the accident was in Farmington Hills district court Thursday charged with two felonies.

Goran Djordjevski was arraigned for fatal crash the killed a 44-year-old Milford Township woman.

Djordjevski, 41, was charged with operating while intoxicated causing death and leaving the scene of an accident resulting in death - both 15-year felonies.

Police say Djordjevski rear ended the Milford Township woman's vehicle causing it to overturn and burst into flames. The woman was working as a delivery driver for Pizza Hut at the time of the accident. 

Djordjevski left the accident scene but was led back by Zachary Rohde, according to police.

"I asked him if he was the driver of the vehicle in question in the traffic crash, he told me yes," said M. David of the Oakland County Sheriff's Office. "I asked him if he had consumed alcohol, he told me yes.  

"I administered a (breathalyzer) to him with a result of .249."

In court, Djordjevski, who is a married father of two, works at a Bone Yard restaurant, sat expressionless.

Jason Pernick of the Oakland County prosecutor's officer asked the judge to order Djordjevski to surrender his passport and not leave the state and that he receive a GPS alcohol tether upon release.

"He is not well off or wealthy, he needs to maintain and support his family," said Christopher Jarboa, his defense attorney. "(He has) no prior criminal history." Fox 2 cameras went to an address listed as 

At Djordjevski's Farmington Hills home a man walking inside said, "It's a tragic accident and we feel bad bad for the family. That's all I have to say."

The judge agreed with the prosecutor's request for a high bond and set it at $100,000 cash, 10 percent.

Djordjevski's next court date scheduled for February.
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