A driver accused of inflicting a collision in Cobb County that killed two fathers is in jail, data current.
George Kevin Cambi, 19, of Austell, was arrested Monday on a lot of costs, along with two felony counts of first-degree homicide by automobile, in preserving with jail data.
The costs stem from an April 7 crash that resulted in the deaths of James Wheeler, 31, of Acworth and Douglas Duff Jr., 35, of Mableton. Cobb cops have been despatched to the scene on Floyd and Bates roads in Austell, AJC.com beforehand reported.
Police acknowledged a black 2010 Toyota Yaris was touring westbound on Bates Drive in direction of Floyd Road. The Toyota turned left on Floyd Road and into the path of a purple 2006 Infiniti G35, which was headed northbound on Floyd Road. The two autos collided.
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Wheeler, who was driving the Toyota, and Duff, who was a passenger in the automobile, have been taken to WellStar Cobb Hospital, the place they’ve been pronounced ineffective, in preserving with police. Cambi, who was driving the Infiniti, and his juvenile passenger have been dealt with for accidents that weren’t life-threatening.
Suzanne Wheeler acknowledged her son, James, left behind his girlfriend and his 8-year-old son.
“He was just a loving, caring person,” she instructed AJC.com rapidly after the crash. “He had a good heart. He would help anybody. He didn’t care who it was.”
Brittani Marotti, Duff’s sister, acknowledged her brother has three children, along with an 8-month-old woman, Channel 2 Action News reported.
Cambi is being held with out bond in the Cobb County Adult Detention Center. In addition to the vehicular homicide costs, he is charged with racing on freeway or streets, reckless driving, second-degree cruelty to children.
Cobb police spokesman Neil Penirelli acknowledged witnesses instructed officers the driving force of the Infiniti was racing one different automobile moments sooner than the crash. Police have acknowledged the other automobile as a silver or gray 2007 Chevrolet Trailblazer.
“The vehicle has several distinguishing features including silver wheels on the front and black wheel(s) on the back, dark tinted windows, a black hood and a loud exhaust,” he acknowledged.
Anyone with particulars in regards to the case or the driving force of the Chevrolet Trailblazer is urged to contact Cobb police at 770-499-3987.
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