Driver Killed In Ice Cream Shop Accident Had Meth

By: Associated Press Email
By: Associated Press Email
An attorney for an illegal immigrant facing vehicular homicide charges in an accident that killed three says a toxicology report shows the other driver had meth in her system, bolstering his argument that those charges be dropped.

Byproducts of a meth lab busted in West Knox Co. on March 26th, 2008.

Aurora, Colo. (AP) An attorney for an illegal immigrant facing vehicular homicide charges in an accident that killed three says a toxicology report shows the other driver had meth in her system, bolstering his argument that those charges be dropped.

The report obtained by Denver media indicate that 49-year-old Patricia Guntharp had meth and other “drugs of abuse” in her system. She, along with passenger 52-year-old Debra Serecky died Sept. 4. Three-year-old Marten Kudlis also died when the wreckage
plowed into an ice cream shop where he was waiting for an ice cream cone.

Kallman Elinoff, an attorney for 23-year-old Francis Hernandez charged in the accident, has said Guntharp caused the crash by crossing a double yellow line and making an illegal left turn.


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