Trial Delayed in Alleged Drunk Driving Death

The trial of a Paris man accused of killing a Kenosha woman in a drunk driving crash has been delayed. 38 year old Christopher Thayer allegedly collided head on with the vehicle driven by 53 year old Djuana Latshaw, killing her and injuring her grandson who was also in the vehicle on New Year’s Day. Thayer is charged with homicide by the intoxicated use of a motor vehicle. Prosecutors say that they need more time to analyze samples from Thayer as well as complete accident reconstruction. The defense says they can’t talk plea deal until all the evidence is in. Thayer will now be back in court in April. He’s out of jail on $150,000 bond.


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