Crime Detroit Man Charged In Double Fatal Hit-And-Run Crash
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(WWJ) A young man is facing multiple felony charges after police say he ran a stop sign, causing a crash that killed two people in Detroit.
Shawn A. Patterson, 22, of Detroit was scheduled to be arraigned in 36th District Court Friday in connection with the alleged crime just before noon on April 26.
According investigators, Patterson was driving southbound on Baylis Street, approaching Pilgrim Street, when he disregarded a stop sign and crashed into a car driven by Leon Freeman of Hazel Park, with Teon Williams of Detroit in the passenger seat.
Patterson then got out of his car and fled the scene on foot, police said.
Man arrested for 2019 fatal hit-and-run crash
A man is in custody after he fled the scene of a crash that killed a pedestrian in 2019. Marcela Jr. Sauceda, 32, was arrested by Florida Highway Patrol after a year-long investigation into the fatal hit-and-run crash. Sign up for our Newsletters On the morning of May 17, 2019, troopers were sent to a hit-and-run at Old 441 and CR-500A in Lake County that killed a pedestrian. The deceased was identified as Demossi Weaver, 21. Investigators wereMarcela Jr. Sauceda, 32, was arrested by Florida Highway Patrol after a year-long investigation into the fatal hit-and-run crash.
Freeman, 26, and Williams, 33, were both pronounced dead at the scene.
Patterson was arrested on Tuesday after an investigation by Detroit police.
Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy has charged him with two counts each of Reckless Driving Causing Death; Failure to Stop at the Scene of an Accident Causing Death and Moving Violation Causing Death.
"Fatal car crashes have increased exponentially over the past year, most as a result of carelessness, recklessness, or gross negligence by the driver that caused the event.This is a disturbing trend that can be slowed if every driver follows the rules that they learned when they were first licensed," Worthy said in a statement, adding: "This must stop."
Coronavirus means trial in fatal Wayne gas station crash not likely until 2021, judge says .
Due to coronavirus, Jason Van De Ree, accused of killing three in a drugged-driving crash at a Wayne gas station, may not face trial until 2021.Superior Court Judge Ernest M. Caposela said there's no date set for the Passaic County Courthouse to reopen. But when it does, there will be new social distancing requirements in place that will make trials, and the often tedious jury selection process, even slower than before the pandemic arrived in mid-March and closed courtrooms all over the state.