Indiana trucker charged in 5 deaths

Indiana trucker charged in 5 deaths

There are 9 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Nov 10, 2006, titled Indiana trucker charged in 5 deaths. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

An Indiana truck driver has been arrested on vehicular homicide charges in a 2003 crash that killed five people on Arizona's Navajo Indian Reservation.

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Darrelle

Kendallville, IN

#3 Nov 10, 2006
i just dont understand that why kill somebody. We need to wake up
Ashely

Indianapolis, IN

#2 Nov 10, 2006
that's crazy
SLHALL

Fayetteville, GA

#4 Nov 15, 2006
This is not as the above reads. Why wasn't he arrested in Sept 2003 when the wreck happened?
Scott

United States

#5 Nov 22, 2006
I worked with the guy this was crazy we all thought he was an ok person, till he got arrested at first break, then when we heard the news the next day it was the talk of the plant

Since: Dec 06

Southern Indiana

#6 Dec 31, 2006
Why didn't the police in the small town where the guy was living arrest him? Its a small town of around 3,400 with a large police force. His mother in law recently retired as dispatcher for the police department. I find it hard to believe the local police knew nothing about the federal warrant. He was wired on meth most of the time and it was common knowledge, that's even what caused the wreck.
lorenzo kibler

East Chicago, IN

#7 Jan 2, 2007
truckin industry runs it ,they knew all along who this guy was,,an it aint got as bad as its gonna get ,Not yet,cub scout motto (be prepared)

“Gazing Into The MiddleDistance”

Since: Jan 07

Las Vegas, NV

#8 Jan 10, 2007
From reading the story, I get the impression the police didn't have the authority to arrest him until given such by the FBI. The accident happened on Indian lands & that would make it a federal case.
Which still begs the question of why it took 3 yrs to arrest this guy.

For lorenzo kibler; "truckin industry runs it".
Runs what?

Since: Dec 06

Southern Indiana

#9 Mar 2, 2007
ailuro wrote:
From reading the story, I get the impression the police didn't have the authority to arrest him until given such by the FBI. The accident happened on Indian lands & that would make it a federal case.
Which still begs the question of why it took 3 yrs to arrest this guy.
For lorenzo kibler; "truckin industry runs it".
Runs what?
The US Marshalls nor the FBI could arrest him until they found him. I expect they even checked with the various law enforcement agencies in Knox County, and they apparently acted like they didn't know his location. Like I stated before, his mother-in-law was employed with the police department in the town where he lived. People around here knew he was using drugs for years.
jeremy

Bowling Green, KY

#10 Mar 11, 2007
thats crazy

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