Tuesday, February 26, 2019

Nixa man bound over for trial for felony DWI in double-fatality accident near Granby

A Nixa man was bound over for trial on a felony driving while intoxicated charge stemming from a June 9, 2016 double fatality accident on U. S. 60 near Granby, in which a Monett man and an Exeter woman were killed.

A 1:30 p.m. Monday, April 8 arraignment is set in Newton County Circuit Court for Victor Arias Alanis, 20.

The allegation is detailed in the probable cause statement:

On June 9, 2018, I was dispatched to a two-vehicle injury crash on U. S. 60 at route M/W. I responded to the area and found that a 2004 Honda motorcycle had struck a 2017 Nissan passenger car. It appeared that the motorcycle had been traveling east on U. S. 60 and the passenger car had been traveling west on U. S. 60.

The passenger car attempted to make a left turn onto Route M. The car entered the path of the motorcycle and was struck by the motorcycle. Both occupants of the motorcycle were ejected and received fatal injuries in the crash. I found that the motorcycle was driven by Kelly Utter of Monett, Missouri. The passenger on the motorcycle was Robin Henson of Exeter, Missouri.

I was contacted by emergency personnel as I arrived at the scene I was handed Missouri Driver's Licenses for both occupants of the motorcycle. I was also informed that deputy Brandon Lammers had the driver of the Nissan in custody. I contacted Deputy Lammers and he handed me a cell phone and a U. S. passport for Victor Arias Alanis. He informed me that when he arrived on the scene a witness to the crash informed him that the driver of the Nissan, Victor Arias Alanis indicated he had drugs in his possession. Deputy Lammers placed the subject in custody due to this information.

I began the crash investigation by photographing each vehicle and the scene. I then contacted Christina Borstad of Granby, Missouri. Borstad had witnessed the crash. She indicated she was following the motorcycle when the Nissan attempted to make a left turn. She stated the car just turned in front of the motorcycle. She indicated she called 911 immediately and gave information about the crash to the dispatchers.

She indicated that the male subject driving the Nissan asked her if he could throw some drugs away. He informed her that he was not high, but did not want to get caught with the drugs. She informed the subject that he needed to sit down and wait for help to arrive. She provided a written statement detailing her conversation with the subject.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

WRONG DTAE!!! 2018!!>>>A Nixa man was bound over for trial on a felony driving while intoxicated charge stemming from a June 9, 2016 double fatality accident