Tag Archives: vehicular manslaughter

Driver Kills Two Women in Suspected DUI Crash, Faces Criminal Charges


This past weekend, two 21-year-old women died in a crash that led to the arrest of a DUI suspect. The Riverside County coroner identified the young victims as Dane Adkins-Radford and Emily Hale – both residents of Hemet, California. The … Continue reading

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Repeat DUI Offender Faces Vehicular Manslaughter Charges


A Cotati man is suspected of driving intoxicated and fatally striking a 53-year-old pedestrian this past Tuesday in Petaluma, CA. According to authorities, the driver (identified as 41-year-old James Watkins) was traveling southbound on McDowell Boulevard in a 2011 Toyota Prius … Continue reading

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San Clemente Woman on Trial for DUI and Second-Degree Murder


A woman from San Clemente was suspected of drunk driving in Huntington Beach on March 30, 2018, resulting in the death of three people. While reportedly under the influence, Bani Marcela Duarte, 29, crashed her car into a stopped vehicle … Continue reading

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Woman Gets No Jail Time for DUI Death


19-year-old Ashly Nicole Rodriguez and several passengers had left a party where she had been drinking when her vehicle overturned. The victim, 19-year-old Aaron Michael Ellis, was fatally ejected from Rodriguez’s vehicle Continue reading

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What Makes Vehicular Manslaughter “Gross?”


When a person acts with gross negligence, they act in a reckless manner that creates a high risk of death or bodily injury that a reasonable person would recognize as dangerous. Continue reading

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