Vehicular Homicide Defendant Indicted

The grand jury found enough evidence today against Adam Cochran to send the case to trial. Investigators say Cochran was driving drunk, speeding, and going the wrong way on the Talmadge Bridge on ramp on November 4. His car crashed head on into a red station wagon, killing Arlene Chenneyfield, Rose Marie Rivers, and Helen Heyward.

The jury indicted Cochran on three counts of vehicular homicide and driving under the influence.

Reported by: Michelle Paynter,