28-year-old Tremychal Curry was charged with two counts of aggravated assault, five counts of reckless endangerment, and three counts of vehicular homicide after he caused an accident that resulted in the death of three people, including a two-month-old child, and sent two more to the hospital in critical condition.
On July 25th, the Special Traffic Investigation Squad (STIS) responded to call about a fatal crash at South Parkway and South Main Street. After arriving on scene investigators found a gray Nissan Armada facing eastbound in the westbound traffic lane on South Parkway. On the sidewalk, there was a black Chevrolet Impala north of S. Parkway. Both the driver of the Chevy Impala and the passenger in the front seat had died during the initial impact. A two-month-old rear passenger was given immediate treatment on-site for their injuries, but the infant did not survive his injuries. Trenychal Curry was driving a Nissan Armada that was involved in the crash. There is video evidence from 3 S. Parkway that shows the Nissan Armada making a turn from northbound Florida Street onto S. Parkway at high speeds.
A witness in the parking lot of the Marathon gas station on South Parkway stated that they witnessed the gray vehicle going an estimated 80 to 90 miles per hour. They stated the driver was initially in the right lane, but then merged over into the left lane and lost control of the vehicle. The witness did not see the actual impact but heard a loud boom when the two vehicles collided.
Lytea Craig was a passenger in the Nissan Armada and was transported to Regional One Hospital in critical condition. Kaydence Taylor was a rear passenger in the Chevy Impala and was transported to the Regional One Hospital in critical condition as well. Tremychal Curry was in recovery at Regional One but was placed under arrest.
Tremychal Curry was arrested and charged with two counts of aggravated assault, five counts of reckless endangerment, and three counts of vehicular homicide. His bond was set at $100,000.