Vehicular Homicide Case Moves Toward Trial
K2's Ophelia Young reports, firstname.lastname@example.org:
Today in court, the alleged driver in last October's fatal crash was bound over to Natrona County District Court.
Members of the Casper Police department were called to basically address the question: Was larry turner in the drivers seat at the time of October 21st's crash?
In that rollover, a black box showed the driver was going 109 miles per hour just seconds before attempting to make a 90 degree left turn.
The car skidded off the street, flipped in the air and landed on its roof, killing 24-year-old Dylan Brock.
Two other survivors suffered severe injuries, and Turner was reportedly found asking a resident to hide him.
Police said when they spoke to turner after the crash, he had one shoe on; police found a matching shoe by the accelerator of the car.
After both the prosecution and defense questioned police, the judge determined there is enough evidence to try Turner in District Court for vehicular homicide.
He now awaits arraignment.