Second Driver Involved In Beltway Crash That Killed Six Workers Taken Into Custody: Police
BALTIMORE COUNTY - Lisa Adrienne Lea, a 54-year-old woman from Randallstown and one of the accused drivers in a Baltimore Beltway collision that caused the tragic deaths of six construction workers, has been taken into custody by Maryland State Police.
Lea voluntarily surrendered on Wednesday at the Maryland State Police Golden Ring Barrack, where she is currently undergoing processing procedures, according to press statement from Maryland State Police.
She was previously indicted on Monday on charges of felony vehicular negligent manslaughter by a grand jury, but initial attempts to locate her had proven unsuccessful.
The Maryland Attorney General’s office said that Lea is facing a total of 28 charges, including death of a vulnerable person, aggressive driving, and driving while impaired by drugs or a combination of drugs and alcohol. The exact substance that Lea was alleged to have consumed at the time of the incident has not been specified in the indictment.
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