Commonwealth Attorney not ready to present case
by Alan Reed
Sep 20, 2006 | 0 0 comments | 1 1 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Commonwealth Attorney G.L. Ovey is still unprepared to present the case of a December 23, 2005 traffic accident to the grand jury for investigation. The accident left DeMarco Shemwell and Lorenzo “Renzo” D’Wayne Boyd dead at the scene, and Taylor Smith and Christopher Williams critically injured.

At the time of the accident, Kentucky State Police Trooper Chris Smith identified Taylor Smith as the driver of the vehicle, though Ovey said that the identity of the driver is now in question.

“That is still under review. It is difficult to determine who was driving with multiple people in the vehicle,” Ovey said.

An eyewitness, who declined to be identified, told The Cadiz Record that he observed Smith to be in the passenger seat of the red 1993 Cadillac involved in the one-car accident. The witness said he did not know the other occupants of the vehicle, but reported that he was forced off the road to avoid a collision with the Cadillac.

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