Cobb officers noted in the indictment that Senior allegedly told police conducting a DUI investigation that he consumed two beers and a shot of liquor. Senior submitted to two alcohol breathalyzer tests at the scene, which returned readings of .158 and .138, respectively, the warrant alleges. The state’s legal limit is .08.
Jessica Senior is survived by her three children, according to a GoFundMe page created to help with medical and funeral expenses. Her sister, Likisha Howard, previously told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution that family members were trying to stay strong while dealing with their grief.
“She lived a good life, and she is still gone too soon,” Howard said through tears.
Reunicie Boyd, a friend and roommate, said in the months before her death, Senior had to come to terms with the loss of her mother who died in February. Senior also attended Boyd’s church at Reunited in Christ Family Worship Center in Powder Springs.
The AJC has reached out to Jill Stahlman, a Marietta attorney listed in court documents as representing Antwan Senior, for comment on the indictment. Arraignment for Antwan Senior has not been scheduled.
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