One year later, trials continue in Southville Road crash

by susan on December 11, 2009

A year ago this past Wednesday, 17-year-old Framingham High student Jamoan James was driving a 2003 Dodge Intrepid on Southville Road when it allegedly was forced off the road by a 1998 Chevy Lumina. The Intrepid hit a tree and James died.

Exactly one year after the wreck, a judge in Worcester on Wednesday upheld the murder indictment against a passenger in the Lumina.

According to the Worcester Telegram & Gazette, prosecutors say the crash was the result of a drug deal gone bad. Murder charges have been brought against both the driver and a passenger in the Lumina. The cases against both continue today.

You can read all the details in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette.

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