Texas woman who allegedly drove into Spring Breakers indicted on manslaughter charges
Daisy Joy Decker of Sugar Land, has been accused of driving her car into a crowd during Spring Break in South Padre Island, Tex., March 17
19-year-old Maria Selena Patino, died, several others were injured car crash
Decker, 21, has been indicted on manslaughter charges
Decker who investigators believe was intoxicated when the accident occurred, reportedly fled the scene before cops arrived
Daisy Joy Decker has been indicted on manslaughter charges
A 21-year-old woman from the Houston suburb of Sugarland, Texas has been indicted on felony charges after police say she ran over several people, leaving one dead and many others injured.
21-year-old Daisy Joy Decker has been accused of driving her car into a crowd during Spring Break in South Padre Island on March 17, according to a local NBC affiliate station.
Decker has now just been indicted on multiple charges including manslaughter, assault with a vehicle and numerous counts of accident involving injury.
Six people were hit as Decker plowed her black Honda CRV through the crowd, a statement released by the South Padre Island Police Department revealed.
Investigators believe Decker was intoxicated when the accident occurred.
She reportedly, fled the scene before police arrived.
One of the six victims, 19-year-old Maria Selena Patino, died two days later as a result of her injuries on March 19. Three others sustained serious injuries, while two victims had minor injuries. All victims ranged from 16 – 22 in age.
Decker was eventually found and taken into police custody. She has been charged with several counts of felony Manslaughter, felony accident involving serious bodily injury, intoxication manslaughter, and intoxication assault with a vehicle.
Her bond was raised from $130,000 to $180,000.
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