Charges: Driver was 4 times legal limit, ran stop sign at 62 mph in crash that killed 2
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CHARGES: DRIVER WAS 4 TIMES LEGAL LIMIT, RAN STOP SIGN AT 62 MPH IN CRASH THAT KILLED 2
Police say Brent Wills had a blood-alcohol content four times the legal limit Sept. 18, when he blew through a County Road 400 West stop sign at 62 mph and crashed the Jeep Grand Cherokee he was driving into the driver’s door of a car on U.S. 52, killing the driver and a passenger, according to charges unsealed Wednesday.
According to the charges, Wills – president and general manager of Coyote Crossing Golf Club in West Lafayette at the time of the crash – was driving home from a golf outing in Indianapolis and a stop at a restaurant bar.