Cambi was arrested and initially charged with reckless driving, racing, two counts of first-degree vehicular homicide and second-degree child cruelty, authorities said. A grand jury in June indicted the Austell man on charges of vehicular homicide and cruelty to children.
Cobb police say witnesses told investigators that Cambi was racing the driver of a 2007 Chevrolet Trail Blazer. The driver of the SUV was later identified as Flores, who was arrested in August on charges of racing, reckless driving, two counts of first-degree vehicular homicide and two counts of felony hit-and-run.
Flores, 26, of Marietta, was booked into and released from the Cobb County Jail on a $55,220 bond. Cambi was denied bond at a hearing held in May and remains at the Cobb County Jail.
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