Prosecutor Files Criminal Charges for Wilmar Big-Rig Death CrashMarch 13th, 2013 by Joe Burgess
Prosecutor Thomas Deen has filed criminal charges against Bryant Childs, the big-rig driver who jumped out of a loaded asphalt truck, causing he death of the driver of a mini-van, when it was crushed by his abandoned vehicle.
Child’s charges include Manslaughter for the death of Elizabeth Ann Davis, which carries a sentence of 3-10 years in prison, and/or a $10,000 fine.
Childs is also charged with 4 separate counts of aggravated assault, which carry a maximum sentence of 6 years in prison (each) and fines of up to $10,000 (each).
The manslaughter charge includes the words “did recklessly cause the death of Elizabeth Ann Davis.”
The aggravated assault charge includes the words, “under circumstances manifesting extreme indifference to the value of human life, did purposely engage in conduct creating a substantial danger of death or serious physical injury” to each of four other drivers involved in the deadly crash.
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