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Tragic, Fatal Car Accident in Floyd County, Georgia, Caused by Repeat Offender

August 02, 2022

GEORGIA - According to an online news story published on a fatal motor vehicle accident occurred in Floyd County, Georgia.*

The driver, a man from Silver Creek, is facing serious felony criminal charges for causing the deadly crash. He is facing the following criminal charges: Meth Possession, Homicide by Vehicle,  and eight additional criminal charges, according to jail records at the Floyd County Jail.

The 54-year-old driver has been arrested previously in July for driving under the influence of alcohol, serious injury by vehicle, failing to report a serious accident, obstructing officers, and several other traffic infractions, including driving too fast and reckless driving.

The driver was once arrested at his home and was criminally charged with meth possession and homicide. The Floyd County Police Department was the arresting agency, and they are investigating the fatal motor vehicle accident. No additional details about the fatal accident were disclosed today.  

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