SAN DIEGO (CNS) – A 71-year-old allegedly drugged driver accused of plowing a station wagon right into a San Diego sidewalk homeless encampment, killing three individuals and injuring a number of others, pleaded not responsible Tuesday to gross vehicular manslaughter whereas intoxicated and DUI costs.
Craig Martin Voss’ Volvo struck the victims after veering onto the sidewalk simply after 9 a.m. March 15 beneath the overpass on B Road close to San Diego Metropolis School, in response to investigators. The San Diego resident remained on the scene, the place he was arrested.
Killed in the crash were Rodney Diffendal, 40; Randy Ferris, 65; and Walter Jones, 61. 5 others have been hospitalized with accidents of various severity, whereas one other individual declined medical remedy.
Voss faces 20 years and eight months in state jail if convicted of three counts of gross vehicular manslaughter whereas intoxicated and one depend of driving below the affect of medication inflicting damage. The prison criticism doesn’t specify what drug was allegedly concerned.
Voss stays in custody on $1 million bail pending a bail overview listening to scheduled for subsequent Tuesday.
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