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The Bobster
12-13-2019, 09:53 AM

27-Year-Old Father Sentenced To 7 Years In Prison For Driving Under Influence In Crash That Killed 4-Year-Old Son
By CBS3 Staff
December 12, 2019 at 1:58 pm

MOUNT LAUREL, N.J. (CBS) — A 27-year-old man was sentenced to seven years in prison for driving under the influence which caused the crash that killed his 4-year-old son and injured the boy’s twin brother. The Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office says Ossie Thomas has to serve 85% of his sentence before he can become eligible for parole.

Thomas pleaded guilty to vehicular homicide, endangering the welfare of a child, and driving while intoxicated in June.

An investigation began after Willingboro Township police officers were called to the area of Rancocas Road and Primrose Lane for a motor vehicle crash just before 2 p.m. on Jan. 8.

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Detectives found Thomas was speeding when he lost control of the vehicle and ended up in a wooded area near the intersection.

One of the twin boys was pronounced dead an hour after the crash at a local hospital and the other was treated for a traumatic brain injury at Cooper University Medical Center in Camden.

Toxicology reports showed he had marijuana in his system and a blood alcohol content of .125%.

“Yet again, we are confronted with a scenario where a child’s life was lost due to a parent’s decision to get behind the wheel after consuming alcohol,” Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina said. “I urge everyone to think ahead about transportation when planning to have adult beverages. Choose a designated driver, call a cab, or use a ride-sharing or ride-hailing service. It’s as easy as sending a text.”

Thomas was sentenced in Superior Court and ordered to report to the Burlington County Jail on Jan. 3.

The Bobster
12-16-2019, 09:19 AM

2 Die in High-Speed Crash Where Intoxicated Driver Ran Red Light, Police Say
A man faces DUI and homicide by vehicle charges
By Brandon Hudson and Rudy Chinchilla • Published December 15, 2019 • Updated 15 mins ago

Police say the speeding driver of a Chevrolet Malibu ran a red light and collided with a Nissan correctly...

A teenager and woman are dead after a high-speed crash that may have involved alcohol in Northeast Philadelphia’s Tacony neighborhood, police said.

The crash near Cottman and Torresdale avenues happened around 2:45 a.m. Sunday, when a speeding Chevrolet Malibu ran a red light and was T-boned by a Nissan Maxima, which had the right of way, Philadelphia Police Department Capt. Mark Overwise said.

Two men were in the Chevrolet and four women were in the Nissan when the cars collided, ejecting at least one person, Overwise said.

The women are all in their late 20s to early 30s, the captain said. One of them, Ciara "Little Bits" Parker, died at the scene, while the male passenger of the Chevrolet – 18-year-old Rashaan Cole – later died at a hospital.

The cars collided with such force that one car was flung toward a school near the intersection and flipped onto its hood. At least one of the cars struck and broke a utility pole, with debris strewn on the street.

Both men in the Chevrolet were taken to Jefferson Torresdale Hospital, Overwise said. The three injured women, including the driver and the car owner who was riding in the back, were taken to other area hospitals with various injuries.

The Chevrolet driver, 27-year-old Nehamiah Carstephen, broke his arm in the crash, police said. He was Cole's uncle.

Carstephen was charged with homicide by vehicle, DUI, aggravated assault and related charges, police said. It is unclear if he has an attorney who could comment on his behalf.

The Bobster
12-17-2019, 08:54 AM

Driver Charged With DUI After Violent Crash Left 2 Dead In Northeast Philadelphia
By CBS3 Staff
December 16, 2019 at 12:56 pm

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Police have identified some of the victims in a violent weekend crash that left two people dead in Northeast Philadelphia. Police say 27-year-old Nehamiah Carstephen sped through a red light early Sunday morning when he collided with another car at Torresdale and Cottman Avenues.

Relatives say Carstephen is in the Army Reserve and National Guard. He faces multiple charges, including driving under the influence and homicide by vehicle while driving under the influence.

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Four people were in the car that was hit and one of the passengers, 29-year-old Ciara Parker, was killed.

Carstephen’s 18-year-old nephew, Rashaan Cole, also died in the crash.

Investigators now have surveillance video showing the crash.

“We recovered some video and we are still looking for more video. We don’t have any scientific analysis yet as to what the speed was,” Philadelphia Police Capt. Mark Overwise said. “From the video, it is evident it was a high rate of speed.”

Carstephen is still in the hospital and is expected to be arraigned from his bedside.