An Essex County man is facing homicide charges following a crash come early july that killed another driver.
William Dunbar, 25, of Nutley, thursday with aggravated manslaughter and vehicular homicide was charged, Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina said in a news statement.
He said on Aug. 19, Dunbar was traveling north on Route 73 in Mount Laurel at a lot more than 100 mph when he crashed in to the rear of another car, close to the intersection with Church Road.
The motor car that has been hit spun, struck and overturned a computer program pole before arriving at rest. That vehicle’s driver, Christopher Pappas, 34, of Howell, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Pappas was a graduate of Monmouth University, where he majored ever sold and political science. He previously worked in sales at Component Hardware in Lakewood for days gone by two years, in accordance with his obituary.
There were no passengers in either vehicle.
thursday and was taken up to the Burlington County Jail
Dunbar surrendered to Mount Laurel police. He could be awaiting an initial appearance in Superior Court.
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