A 21-year-old Montgomery County woman was disabled whereas driving the car that struck and killed two Pennsylvania regulation enforcement officers and a pedestrian on I-95, police talked about. Jayana Webb faces a protracted file of prices, along with third-degree murder.
Webb was scheduled to hold a preliminary listening to on Wednesday morning, however it certainly was rescheduled for April 5. Her authorized skilled, Michael Walker, knowledgeable CBS3 that there wasn’t adequate time to prepare for the listening to, so the select agreed to postpone it.
The suspect is at current being held on the fifteenth and Callowhill Street Detention Center in Philadelphia. She was taken to jail in handcuffs by two regulation enforcement officers accused of murder.
Webb of Eagleville saved her head down and talked about nothing as state troopers escorted her out of Unit Ok, the barracks the place the fallen troopers have been. Webb was charged with 18 felonies, along with third-degree murder, vehicular homicide, manslaughter, involuntary manslaughter, reckless endangerment and drink driving.
Webb buried his head in his sweatshirt, sobbing as he be taught the indictment Tuesday night. Although it was her first arrest, the select refused to launch her on bail, citing the seriousness of the alleged crime and public safety. Also all through the arraignment, it was revealed that Webb had been consuming on the crash website online earlier that night.
The crash occurred spherical 1 a.m. Monday on I-95 South near the Broad Street exit and the Philadelphia Sports Center.
Sources close to the investigation talked about the troopers stopped Webb minutes sooner than the crash, nonetheless obtained an emergency title that any person on the freeway went to help sooner than they approached Webb’s car. Martin Mack, 33, and Branden Sisca, 29, have been trying to get a pedestrian on I-95 to safety when Webb’s SUV collided, killing all three, police talked about. “This is a total tragedy,” Walker talked about.
Webb’s attorneys urged the basic public to attend in courtroom docket for the data to come back again to a verdict. “We’ve never been the worst thing we’ve ever done in our lives. If she was actually convicted, she’d be more than that, and now she’s an innocent person,” Walker talked about.
Mike is survived by a partner and two daughters, consistent with an web fundraising website online. Siska left behind a partner and unborn teenager.
Sisca may also be a fire chief for the Trappe Fire Company. He is the son of Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Craig Siska.
“I didn’t have a chance to speak to him. I left him a message. I am confident that he and his family will handle this tragedy in their own way,” talked about Sheriff Sean Kilkenny.
A date for the funeral has not been launched.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf has ordered federal flags to be flown half-height in all public buildings until Friday.
Webb may be transferred to Northeast Women’s Prison on Tuesday night.