A teenager blamed for smashing an auto into a Clinton County home and killing two sisters was impaired and driving 107 miles for every hour, as indicated by court documents.
Alia Sierra, 17, was waived to adult court. She faces the following charges:
- 2 counts reckless homicide (level 5 felony )
- 2 counts causing death when operating a motor vehicle with a schedule I or II controlled substance (level 5 felony
- 2 counts causing death when operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated (level 5 felony)
- 1 count causing serious bodily injury when operating a vehicle while intoxicated (level 5 felony )
- 1 count causing serious bodily injury when operating a vehicle with a schedule I or II substance in the body (level 5 felony)
- 1 count criminal recklessness (level 6 felony)
- 1 count criminal mischief (level 6 felony)
Police say Sierra collided with a home just before 9:30 p.m. on July 12 in the 4900 square of West County Road 300 North.
Two sisters, 17-year-old Haleigh Fullerton and 9-year-old Callie Fullerton, were sitting in front of the TV in the lounge room when they were hit by the auto. They were murdered on affect.
The young ladies’ mom, Bridget Fullerton, was strolling into the room as the auto came smashing through the home; she was flown by helicopter to an Indianapolis-territory doctor’s facility for treatment. She is relied upon to make a full recuperation.
As per court archives, Sierra was driving a white 2007 Honda Accord at the season of the crash. One of the travelers in the auto with Sierra advised her to back off preceding the crash. Another traveler advised police he more than once solicited to be let out from the vehicle. He said Sierra revealed to them her auto was “the mammoth” and discussed how quick it could go.
Sierra went off the roadway when she hit a knock and swerved to miss a tree. Specialists decided she was going no less than 107 miles for each hour when her auto left the roadway.
Police led a pee screen after the crash, and she tried positive for sedatives.
Teen driver who crashed her car through Clinton County home at high speeds- killing 2 sisters is in court today. pic.twitter.com/vYlzyhtEHS
— Alexis McAdams (@AlexisMcAdamsTV) August 18, 2017