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Winston-Salem lawyer Clark Dummit analyzed the charges brought against WXII news anchor Tolly Carr on Friday, April 20, 2007. Carr became charged with felony death by motor automobile for the death of Casey Bokhoven. He became also charged felony excessive damage by motor automobile for the injuries suffered by his passenger and buddy Fjola Wilson. Carr became beforehand charged with DWI (Using While Impaired).
Casey Bokhoven, age 26, became violently struck and killed by a pickup truck as he stood on a sidewalk expecting his girlfriend. The truck, pushed by WXII (Winston-Salem, NC) morning anchor Tolly Carr,vaulted over a itsy-bitsy wall and hit Casey at 30 mph, dragging him 22 feet, hitting a building and coming to leisure with Casey under the wheel. The incident came about Sunday, March 11, 2007 round 3:40 AM. Charged with DWI, Carr admitted he had been ingesting and warrants factor that he refused a Breathalizer test. Blood became taken from Carr, and the outcomes of blood-alcohol assessments haven’t yet been launched to the public as of this date (April 20, 2007).
From the WXII web spot, Friday, April 20, 2007
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