Wrong-Way Driver May Be Charged With Intoxication Manslaughter

Hurst police say they are waiting for blood test results before deciding whether to charge a wrong-way driver in the death of a Carrollton man. The father of two died hours after Eric Supe slammed head-on into his car over the weekend. Officers suspected Supe of driving drunk, and he was originally charged with intoxication assault. The man was taken to a Dallas hospital and died later on, so the charges could be changed to intoxication manslaughter. Supe made bail over the weekend and was released from the Hurst city jail.

  • Jane

    Who writes this stuff?? It’s INTOXICATION manslaughter.

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