Police Charge Family Members in Fatal Accident
A head-on collision in January killed four people on Route 50 after both drivers were found to be drunk, including a 19-year-old.
On Jan. 28, four people died after a teenager who was found to be drunk drove several miles in the wrong direction on Route 50 and then struck another driver, who was also drunk, state police said.
The teenage driver, Brittany Ann Walker, 19, had two other teens in her car, Breanna Marie Franco and Zachary Tyler Rose. The other driver, Terry Wayne Davis, was 55, state police said.
Now, police say Franco’s mother and brother served alcohol to minors during a house party—a factor that may have contributed to the deadly accident, according to WJZ 13.
The article said the party took place in Severna Park the night of Jan. 28 at the home of Debby Franco, 44, and her son, Joshua Franco, 23.
The maximum penalty for the mother and son if found guilty would be a $500 fine, according to WJZ 13.
The Francos lawyer, David Fischer, told several news outlets that his clients are innocent of the charges.