An Alabama mom has been charged with murder in a DUI pile-up that resulted in the death of her 10-year-old daughter.
Eufaula police arrested 35-year-old Karen C. Frost on Tuesday for the Apr 28 crash, police arch Steve Watkins announced on the department’s Facebook page.
According to authorities, Frost was pushing her 1994 Honda Acura down Eufaula Avenue around 8 p.m. when she crossed the median and struck an SUV roving in the conflicting direction.
There were 6 people in Frost’s car and all perceived injuries, police said. Her 10-year-old daughter, Malaya Peterson, was ecstatic to Medical Center of Barbour where she was conspicuous dead.
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Watkins conspicuous an review and “forensic research suggested justification that led investigators to obtain a aver for (Frost’s) arrest.”
In further to murder, Frost was charged with pushing under the change of a tranquil substance.
The case will be presented to the Barbour Grand Jury for an indictment.
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