No bail in DUI crash that killed 2 Filipinos in Central Calif.
SAN FRANCISCO -- A woman accused in a Central California crash that claimed the lives of two Filipinos was denied bail Monday, April 11 and is facing murder charges.
Cheyenne Ray Wyllie, was arrested Friday, April 8 at her home by officers of the Visalia California Highway Patrol for the March 26 crash that killed 10-year-old Jamie Espinosa and her grandmother, Angelita, and critically injured her father, George.
The Tulare County District Attorney's Office found sufficient cause to seek Wyllie's arrest warrant for two counts of second degree murder, felony driving under the influence and felony DUI causing injury. Wyllie was booked into the Tulare County Sheriff's Department Bob Wiley Detention Facility.
The Espinosa family was heading back from an Easter trip to Yosemite National Park when Wyllie allegedly drove through a stop sign and into the family's car in Tulare, California.
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|Publication:||Philippines Daily Inquirer (Makati City, Philippines)|
|Date:||Apr 15, 2016|
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