Two Teens Arrested For Manslaughter After Crashing In Frisco
Two weeks ago, a crash happened in Frisco that killed two elderly people. Now the police have arrested two suspects in the case. CBS reports.
The police state that the two suspects, both teen siblings, were speeding in separate vehicles on the day of the crash. Both siblings are 19 years old.
The crash happened on March 27 at the intersection of FM 423 and Del Webb Boulevard. Both vehicles were traveling between 90 and 100 mph before they struck a Lexus SUV with the victims. If the two teens are convicted, they could face decades in prison and hefty fines.
The police released a statement about the incident, including information about previous crashes at this intersection.
“The deaths of Jacquelyn Buhler, Clarence Buhler, Divya Avula, Raja Gavini and Premnath Ramanatham were the result of criminal driving behavior involving speeds of over 80, 90 and 100 miles per hour by the suspects”, said Frisco Police Chief David Shilson.
“These cases highlight the dangers that racing and excessive speeds pose to our community. As a department, we will continue to commit resources to ensuring the safety of motorists and to help prevent another family from having to mourn a loss of a loved one. I want to encourage motorists and residents if they observe this type of driving behavior to call us so that we can respond and take enforcement action if possible.”