Secane Pa. – A 2nd charge of DUI homicide is filed versus a woman from Delaware County who repeated acts of creating havoc while driving her vehicle.
Police Superintendent Michael Chitwood of the Upper Darby reported that the woman was unsteady; her clothes were in disarray and wearing only one shoe when they apprehended her.
Labelle in her latest crash hit a car and she told Chitwood that she was driving her vehicle when she hit another vehicle. The officer said just last year, Labelle was DUI when she slammed her car and killed her passenger identified as George Kaminski, age 21.
During her last crash, Labelle was out on bail.
It is in the news that a awaiting trial on charges of killing a young man while driving impaired in Philadelphia two years ago was again arrested in Upper Darby last Tuesday night for crashing her car while high on heroin and prescription pills.
Labelle rammed her vehicle into a parked car that was unoccupied along Westbrook Dr. in the vicinity of Alverstone Rd. at about 8:45 o’clock Tuesday evening.
When police reached the scene, they saw that had only one shoe on and was speaking in a slurred manner. She told Chitwood that she got distracted and crashed her car.
When police questioned her further, she told officers she had shot up heroin and took doses of Adderall and Seroquel before getting behind the wheel.
Chitwood said that the woman got a problem that will become worst as she will be facing several charges.
Police learned that Lobelle at the time of her arrest was out on bail and awaiting trial on charges of homicide by vehicle while driving under the influence in an afternoon crash last July 15, 2012 that caused the death of George Kaminski, age 21and resident of West Grove in Chester County.
According to the police, Labelle was driving along Enterprise Ave. in Southwest Philadelphia when she swerved onto the shoulder and hit a tractor-trailer that stopped. Kaminski was passenger in that rig; he died two days after the crash due to severe head and body trauma.
Initially her bail was set at 10% of $350,000 in that case but was later reduced to 10% $50,000 that she was able to post last August.
Spokesperson for the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office, Tasha Jamerson said that Labelle is scheduled to attend her next pretrial conference of the case on Dec. 17. Prosecutors are most likely to bring up the new charges against her and a possible request for bail revocation.
In her 2nd case, Labelle is facing more serious charges to include DUI, careless driving and more related offenses. She is now in Delaware County Prison in lieu of $250,000 bail.
Chitwood appeared disgusted when he said that this is a great American tragedy when morons are allowed to get behind the wheels of these cars and allowed to drive.
Source: Philadelphia CBS Local Com
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