New Windsor man charged with vehicular homicide

August 05, 1994

A 21-year-old New Windsor man was served yesterday with a six-count indictment charging him in the May 17 death of a Taylorsville man in a two-car crash.

Marc Aaron Combs, of the 3600 block of Hooper Road, was indicted last month on charges of vehicular homicide while intoxicated, vehicular homicide while under the influence of alcohol, driving while intoxicated and three traffic offenses.

Carroll Circuit Court Judge Luke K. Burns Jr. released Mr. Combs on unsecured bond yesterday after a brief bail hearing.

According to the indictment and police accounts, Robert John Siebeking, 43, of the 4000 block of Iroquois Drive, was killed not far from his home May 17.

State police said Mr. Siebeking was driving his 1984 Chevrolet Cavalier west on Route 26 and apparently was preparing to make a left turn onto Franklinville Road when his car was struck in the rear by a 1991 Ford Ranger.

Police identified the driver of the truck as Mr. Combs, who was not injured in the crash.

The accident had been under investigation since then and was presented to the county grand jury June 30.

A trial date has not been set. If convicted of all counts -- all misdemeanors -- Mr. Combs could be sentenced to seven years in prison and fined $6,500.

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