Nicole Linton, the girl accountable for the fiery crash in Los Angeles on Thursday, was formally charged by authorities on Monday.
The journey nurse is charged with six counts of homicide and 5 counts of gross vehicular manslaughter. She faces as much as 90 years in jail, if convicted.
The 37-year-old is in jail on the Century Regional Detention Middle in Lynwood, California with a $9 million bond. It’s additionally unclear if she has a lawyer or not.
No Alcohol Discovered In Nicole’s System
George Gascón said that Nicole didn’t have alcohol in her system regardless of a girl claiming to be her good friend, saying she was consuming at somebody’s home and was mad at her boyfriend.
“I do know that a few of you spoke to a girl that alleged they’ve been consuming collectively. The CHP is working to establish this particular person, however we don’t have any additional info,” Gasón said.
Gascón additionally said there was no proof that she was consuming and driving, Los Angeles Occasions report.
Nicole’s Historical past Of Wrecks
The Los Angeles Occasions additionally said that Nicole has a sample of moving into wrecks. She has been into 13 prior crashes, California Freeway Patrol shared.
When requested about what precipitated the crash, The district lawyer expressed he was “not going to get into the small print.”
As we beforehand reported, Nicole was arrested Friday for vehicular manslaughter with gross negligence after the high-speed crash occurred round 2 p.m. Thursday on the intersection of Slauson and La Brea Avenue.