MILWAUKEE, WI – The man responsible for crashing into a Milwaukee bus stop last week, killing his 17-year-old passenger, has been charged.
According to TMJ 4, 27-year-old Kenneth D. Wright is facing charges of second degree reckless homicide, knowingly operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, and violation of a no contact order.
Police say Wright was traveling at a high rate of speed on West Capitol Drive when he lost control and slammed into a bus stop near 10th Street. His passenger, a 17-year-old female, suffered fatal injuries in the crash.
The victim’s family said Wright was her boyfriend and the two had a child together.
Court records indicate Wright had been drinking and smoked marijuana prior to the accident.
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