Man accused of drunkenly flipping car over fence, killing 1 passenger, faces more charges
BEDFORD — A grand jury has handed down seven more indictments for a driver who police said hit a utility pole and flipped his car over a fence in a crash that killed one passenger.
Deng M. Chol Mabor, 39, of Manchester, was charged with manslaughter, negligent homicide, negligent homicide - DUI, reckless conduct, two counts aggravated DWI, and criminal mischief.
Police said the car was traveling fast on July 29 when it hit a utility pole on South River Road, went airborne over a fence and crashed into a yard.
Chol Mabor was taken into custody at the Eliot hospital, where he was being treated for shoulder, arm and neck injuries.
The deceased passenger was identified as Thon A. Kuai, 36, of Manchester.