Severn man, 26, charged in crash that killed 3 in January

March 26, 2002|BY A SUN STAFF WRITER

A Severn man has been charged in a crash on the Baltimore-Washington Parkway that killed three people in January, including a couple from Puerto Rico, the county state's attorney office said yesterday.

Michael Anthony Reck, 26, of the 1700 block of Barnwood Court was charged in a 16-count indictment stemming from the accident Jan. 6, including three counts each of negligent manslaughter, negligent homicide while under the influence, negligent homicide while impaired, and other DUI and traffic charges. He was indicted March 15. The charges were sealed until yesterday.

Prosecutors say Reck was driving north on the parkway near Route 32 when his 2000 Ford Explorer crossed the grass median and struck a southbound 2000 Lincoln Town Car, killing three of its occupants: Aiko Uehara de Guzman, 64, and Adrian Guzman-Torres, 61, both of San Juan, Puerto Rico, and David Miller, 35, of Silver Spring.

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