An unlicensed 16-year-old has been charged with vehicular homicide, and his parents face prosecution for allowing him to drive unsupervised after an accident that killed his teenage passenger.
Paul Strickland died June 23 after the SUV in which he was riding rolled multiple times on Beaver Ruin Road.
Police are not identifying the 16-year-old, who they said had only a learner’s permit. In addition to vehicular homicide, the driver is facing speeding and racing charges, police said. His parents are accused of allowing him to drive without proper adult supervision.
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