Virginia Man Indicted in DUI-Related Deaths of Lynchburg Siblings

Caleb Evans was indicted this week in relation to the July 2011 deaths of Tara and Tearle Davis, siblings from Lynchburg, Virginia (ages 23 and 21, respectively). On July 3, 2011, Evans was driving on U.S. highway 460 in Prince Edward County ,Virginia – going the wrong way with his headlights off.

He collided head-on with the Davises. Brother and sister both died at the scene.

Evans was accused of DUI as a result of the crash but police have dropped that misdemeanor charge in favor of the stiffer reckless involuntary DUI manslaughter. His trial is scheduled for late June.  If convicted, Evans faces 20 years in prison for each charge.

By | 2012-04-23T16:55:06+00:00 April 23rd, 2012|DUI Lawyer|0 Comments

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