DUNDALK, Md. (AP) – Police say a woman accused of driving over a sidewalk and killing a teenager in Maryland had 94 bottles of liquor in the car.
News outlets report 30-year-old Jennifer Jean Jones was charged Thursday with negligent manslaughter by vehicle. Charging documents say Jones crossed the double lines of a road Dundalk road Tuesday, hitting 15-year-old Trinity Lynn Brooks, and then she kept going: hitting a tree, driving through a fence and three backyards before coming to a stop.
Officers said two bottles of whiskey and 92 mini-bottles of liquor were found on the front passenger-side floorboard.
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