A Radcliff man, beforehand charged with driving beneath the affect of intoxicants twice within the final 5 months, now has been charged with homicide in an in a single day crash that killed a neighborhood lady.
Tyrone Shaker Raehme, 22, was driving north in a southbound lane of U.S. 31W early Thursday morning when a 2004 Toyota he was driving struck one other car, in keeping with an arrest quotation.
The crash occurred in entrance of Rural King in Radcliff.
The girl was transported to College of Louisville Hospital the place she succumbed to her accidents.
Raehme initially was charged with first-degree wanton endangerment, nevertheless, the cost was elevated to homicide after the lady’s demise.
Based on court docket data, Raehme was arrested in April in Nelson County and charged with first offense DUI. He was administratively launched, that means he didn’t seem earlier than a choose.
In June in Jefferson County, he once more was charged with DUI and first-degree wanton endangerment and launched on a $2,500 money bond. As a part of his bond stipulations, Raehme was ordered to not drive a car.
He additionally was charged with first offense trafficking in an artificial drug and driving with out insurance coverage. Based on an arrest quotation, he instructed Radcliff police that he had drank one beer.
Commonwealth Legal professional Shane Younger stated he’ll current the case in opposition to Raehme Sept. 23 to a Hardin County grand jury.