A 21-year-old woman from Ohio, accused of intentionally moving on the wrong path in trafficking on St. Patrick's Day, Patrick – invaded and killed a three-member family – was charged with murder charges on Thursday, officials said.
the jury charged Abby Marie Michaels of Xenia with six counts of murder and census of a vehicle while it was under the influence of the March 17, 2019 disaster on Interstate 75 in Moray.
Michals traveled from the bar in the city of Miami, when she threw her head on Kia Forte in Toyota Camry, Hek said. When the police arrived, the damage to the two cars was "catastrophic" and there "was widespread debris on all three lanes on the highway," said Hek.
The Toyota people, Timmy Thompson, his wife, Karen and their daughter, the ten-year-old Tessa, have come back from vacation. "Everybody lost their lives as a result of the deliberate and scandalous actions of this defendant," heck said.
Tessa's hand was interrupted, and her father and her were declared dead, according to a police report. Karen Thompson died at the hospital
Witnesses told the police that Michaels had not tried to delay her car, but she had speeded up her job before hitting Camry. in a vehicle on Interstate 75 in Ohio. "The evidence showed that the accused knew what he was doing and what he wanted to do," he said during a press conference on Thursday. "Unfortunately, what she did was delete and murder that family."
Heck said that Michis was upset and told somebody about his plans to land on traffic.
According to a report by Morayan police, Kyle Pastorella, identified as Michaels' husband, told the police she had called him to come and he told her she was not. "Abby is clearly upset after it started to say, "I will go back to 75." He said he could understand he was drinking but told the police that he did not know where he was. "This is the intentional act of driving in the wrong way "That's what makes this so outrageous," said Heck, who said it was unclear whether her intentions were suicidal or murderous, or both.
While Michaels is was under the influence of alcohol, heck said that intoxication was not a "contributing factor" in the crash.He said that drunk drivers who kill someone are accused of involuntary murder or aggravated murder but "this is a murder that happened here .
Michaels had a blood alcohol content of 0.099 at the time of the crash, while the Ohio legal limit was 0.08
The cops found her in a mouthful of beer and found a dark liquid in the brand glass with a fiery purse in her purse, according to the police report. She wore a "festive" shirt "The Day of St. Patrick ", a shamrock necklace and a temporary beer tattoo on his cheek, the report said.
The Prosecutor's Office has filed two charges of murder of a large jury who identified six murder charges as appropriate, Montgomery County Deputy Prosecutor John Amos said:
It is unclear whether Michaels has a lawyer. She was detained in Montgomery County Prison in anticipation of her indictment on Tuesday, according to prison records.
Hek said prosecutors will seek a bond of at least $ 1 million. Michael is facing life in prison if convicted.