The city teacher who allegedly drunkenly struck and killed a man with her car was held on $200,000 bail at her arraignment in Bronx criminal court on Saturday.
Prosecutors alleged Shakira Price, 33, had a blood-alcohol content of .187 when she slammed into 57-year-old Raymond Bolan on Pelham Parkway near Jacobi Hospital at about 9:30 a.m. on Friday.
Bolan died of his injuries after the wreck, police said.
Price, a teacher at Schuylerville Preparatory High School in the Bronx, smelled of booze and slurred her words after the crash, according to court documents.
She was arraigned on charges including vehicular manslaughter and driving under the influence on Saturday and ordered held on $200,000 bail, court officials said.
A lawyer for Price could not be reached Saturday.