Driver in Bellevue fatal crash arrested

A Huron County grand jury handed down a nine-count secret indictment including two counts of aggravated vehicular homicide.
Sandusky Register Staff
Nov 1, 2013

 

Morgan Jevec, 24, of Massillon is being charged with six counts of aggravated vehicular assault, one count of failure to comply with order or signal of police officer and two counts of aggravated vehicular homicide.

Tracy Albright of Bellevue was killed in the crash on September 17 in downtown Bellevue.

Read more about the crash HERE

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Comments

Darwin's choice

Fry him !!! No need for a trial....

William Jeffers...

ABSOLUTELY!!!

starryeyes83

Good! I agree Dust off "Ole Sparky" please.

Lowlifes like him need to be taken off the streets and out of any type of motorized vehicles. Pronto!

Unassumer

You'll be lucky if he gets 10 years unfortunately.

grandmasgirl

I am so glad that this man is finally being charged. It has been six weeks since this crash (noticed I did not call it an accident) happened. In this six weeks this man could have killed another loved one. Hopefully he will be put away for a long time, but I have to agree with Unassumer.

Bubba's Buddy

PLEASE....No plea deals on this one!!!
Throw the book at him and make it stick!

Betherella

Two counts of aggravated vehicular homicide. Who else died besides the lady? Was it someone in his car? I thought there were 6 people in his car. I might be remembering wrong, but did someone else die and it wasn't mentioned? Or did I miss something?

lugnut2511

This guy has been out way to long already. He should of never been free to begin with

Unassumer

first he was in the hospital, then they released him until lab tests and the investigation was complete. it was just a matter of time before he was indicted. also it's should HAVE, not should of.

lugnut2511

Sorry for the incorrect grammar perfect one. I don't give two chits this guy was in hospital or not, he should of never been released. Im sure if that happened to someone you know or god forbid even a family matter. YOU UnASSumer would look at it differently!!

Unassumer

It doesn't matter how I look at it, the law is the law and in order to get a conviction they have to have a complete investigation and tests done. I have witnessed a fatal accident caused by someone that was impaired and he killed the other driver. It bothered me for a long, long time even though I did not know the man. The guy only got 5 years.