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Crime Cranston man pleads no contest in crash that killed his friend

19:20  31 october  2019
19:20  31 october  2019 Source:   providencejournal.com

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PROVIDENCE -- A 48-year-old Cranston man last week pleaded no contest to driving while intoxicated, causing the death of his passenger and friend A 23-year-old Lincoln man has pleaded no contest to manslaughter for a motorcycle crash that killed his girlfriend more than two years ago.

after he pleaded no contest to aggravated vehicular homicide and drunken driving charges in the fatal March crash that left Beachwood math teacher You are using an older browser version. Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience. Man pleads no contest , convicted in crash

PROVIDENCE -- A 48-year-old Cranston man last week pleaded no contest to driving while intoxicated, causing the death of his passenger and friend on Route 6 in Providence.

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Alpha Williams is scheduled to be sentenced by Superior Court Justice Joseph A. Montalbano on Nov. 12.

According to a news release from Attorney General Peter Neronha, Williams was fleeing police after a traffic stop in Johnston on March 27, 2018. He was on Route 6 in Providence when he lost control and crashed. Williams' blood-alcohol level was found to be above the legal limit, according to the news release.

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Bystanders plead and curse, begging the officer to stop and telling him the man ’s nose is bleeding. Another officer faces the people gathered on the sidewalk. An ambulance medic arrives and, reaching under the officer’s knee, feels for a pulse on the man ’s neck.

connection with a crash that killed two people on the southbound Orange (57) Freeway in Diamond Bar pleaded no contest Monday to gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated. De la Vega, who suffered fractured ribs and bruises to his chest, was arrested at the scene on suspicion of DUI

David Johnson, 47, of Providence, was thrown from the car and later pronounced dead at Rhode Island Hospital.

In 1994, Williams was charged with murder in the death of 18-year-old Roland Miles, but the case was dismissed when the state's sole witness was also killed.

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The report will to be released publicly late Friday or Saturday. © Provided by CBS Interactive Inc. Investigators blamed the Indonesian Boeing 737 Max 8 crash on multiple factors. Boeing Lion Air flight 610 crashed into the Java Sea shortly after taking off from Jakarta, Indonesia, on Oct. 29, 2018, killing all 189 people on board. A similar 737 Max crash occurred in Ethiopia in March, and took 154 people's lives.

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