An Ogdensburg man was extradited from Phoenix, Ariz., and jailed for allegedly hitting and killing a teen with his vehicle he had reported stolen in August.
Devin B. Ferguson-Brenno, 26, of Ogdensburg, was charged second-degree vehicular manslaughter, leaving the scene of an accident resulting in death, tampering with physical evidence, driving while intoxicated and obstructing a governmental administration.
Canton-based state police said the charges stem from an Aug. 4, hit-and-run fatal accident that caused the death of 19-year-old Benjamin M. Schick of Lancaster.
read more here > Ogdensburg man arrested for August hit-and-run death in Morristown was extradited from Arizona | NorthCountryNow.
Virginia State Police blame an intoxicated driver for a deadly crash that took place in Bedford County on Wednesday.
According to Sgt. Robert Carpentieri, of State Police’s Salem division, the crash happened around 12:13 p.m. on Route 715, about three-tenths of a mile south of Route 707 near Otter Hill.
The investigating trooper found 21-year-old Durham Westley Falabella, of Goodview, was driving a 1994 Buick Century sedan north on Rt. 715. The trooper believes Falabella drove into a curve too fast, then ran off the right side of the road, and hit a tree head-on.
EMTs took Falabella to Lynchburg General Hospital for treatment.
However his passenger, 21-year-old Evan Patrick Nichols, of Bedford, died in the crash.
read more here > Bedford County deadly crash blamed on DWI – WSLS 10 NBC in Roanoke/Lynchburg Va.
A motorist who sped through a red light and crashed into another vehicle, killing a husband and wife in late October, has been arrested on criminal charges, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.
On Thanksgiving day, officials arrested Allen Cole Godwin, 30, of Dunnellon, on two counts each of DUI manslaughter and vehicular homicide and one count of DUI property damage.
The Oct. 24 crash claimed the lives of Ray Allen Kraus, 67, and his wife, Pamela Jean Kraus, 64, of Ocala.
read more here > Allen Cole Godwin charged with two counts DUI manslaughter | Ocala.com.
A local man from Murray has been arrested on charges of 2nd degree manslaughter and DUI after a two vehicle fatality collision.
Jeffrey Nelson was traveling the wrong way in the westbound lane of the four lane Highway 80 when he struck a vehicle driven by Megan McCoy who was on Highway 80 in the proper lane and making a left turn onto Highway 68.
McCoy was struck on the driver side, and pronounced dead on the scene.
read more here > Fatality collision results in arrest for manslaughter, DUI.
The vehicle that struck him did not stop, according to police.
25-year-old Jessica Krebs was identified as the driver of the vehicle shortly after Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police were called to the scene.
Police say Krebs called them from her home to report her windshield had been broken. She is now charged with driving under the influence, hit and run with fatal injuries and first degree vehicular homicide.
read more here > Three People Killed in Early Morning Accidents, One a Vehicular – WSAV: News, Weather, and Sports for Savannah, GA.