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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

Man accused of Virginia Beach drunk hit-and-run pleads guilty

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A Vermont man pleaded guilty Thursday in connection with the April 23 crash that killed his childhood friend , Craig Sampson, Jr., a sophomore at Endicott College in Beverly, the Essex District Attorney’s office said in a statement. Joseph Castano, 20, of Williston, Vermont, pleaded guilty to manslaughter

A Fontana woman pleaded no contest Tuesday to charges stemming from a 2014 wrong-way, DUI crash on the 60 Freeway in Diamond Bar that killed Olivia Carolee Culbreath pleaded no contest to six counts of second-degree murder during a court appearance at Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal

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.

a man smiling for the camera: Alpha  Williams [Rhode Island State Police]© Rhode Island State Police/The Providence Journal/Providence Journal/TNS Alpha Williams [Rhode Island State Police]

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.

One killed, two others injured in crash on I-485 in south Charlotte

  One killed, two others injured in crash on I-485 in south Charlotte One killed, two others injured in crash on I-485 in south Charlotte Tuesday morning.© Provided by Gray Media Group, Inc. One person was killed in a crash on the outer loop of I-485 in south Charlotte Tuesday morning. The wreck happened just before 10:30 a.m. on the outer loop of I-485 near Providence Road, Exit 57. Medic confirmed one person was pronounced deceased at the scene and two others were taken to the hospital with serious injuries.No names have been released.Firefighters said one person was pinned in a vehicle and asked drivers to use caution in the area as crews worked at the scene.

fine after man pleads no contest in crash that killed WBOC owner Thomas Draper. Shawn Armstrong, on Thursday, pleaded no contest to inattentive driving. He also received a conditional dismissal of the misdemeanor charge of operation of a vehicle causing death, with the condition he

Killed in the crash were Samantha Belliveau, 18, and Nicole Rodriguez, 20, both of Hamilton, and Jonathan Rivas, 19, of Princeton. His lawyer, Robin Lord, in prior court hearings, attacked the methods by which police collected her client's blood at a local hospital following the crash , and said

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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71-year-old, 2 children killed in Belleview crash; man charged with DUI manslaughter .
A man from Ocala faces charges of DUI manslaughter after a 71-year-old man and two children were killed in a crash. Authorities said Stephen Lynn of Ocala was heading east on County Road 484 and heading toward the intersection of County Road 467. Sign up for our Newsletters According to troopers, Lynn failed to stop at a traffic light, and collided with the passenger side of a car driven by Emilio Nunez. Troopers said Nunez’s car overturned after being hit and landed on its roof in a ditch. Officials said two people in Nunez’s car were pronounced dead at the scene, while another was pronounced dead at a hospital.

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