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Driver accused in wrong-way crash indicted

Sgt. Bobby Crapse Sgt. Bobby Crapse
Patricia Collins (Source: Richmond Hill High School yearbook) Patricia Collins (Source: Richmond Hill High School yearbook)
CHATHAM CO., GA (WTOC) -

The driver accused in a wrong-way crash on Interstate 95 that killed a Bryan County deputy was indicted on Wednesday.

The Georgia State Patrol said Patricia Collins, 24, was intoxicated while she was speeding down the wrong way of I-95 in Chatham County early on the morning of June 15 when she slammed into the cruiser driven by Sgt. Bobby Crapse. Crapse was driving home from work with his K-9.

Collins was indicted by a Chatham County grand jury on two counts of first-degree vehicular homicide, DUI less safe and DUI unlawful alcohol concentration.

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