Arizona: Ronald Darnell killed by DUI driver Joel Brandon Neider in head-on nightmare

 

From Yavapai County Sheriff Jail Records

15-0287, 14/21/2015        INFIRMARY, NEIDER, JOEL B, 10/15/1975

From Daily Courier:
PRESCOTT VALLEY – A 39-year-old Parker man has been charged with vehicular manslaughter after a fatal traffic crash Saturday, April 18, according to a Prescott Valley Police Department spokesman.

Joel Brandon Neider was driving while impaired, Sgt. Scott Stebbins said, when he crossed the center line on Highway 69 and drove his Ford F-350 pickup into oncoming traffic at Fain Road at about 10:30 p.m.

From Prescott Valley Police:

Prescott Valley police were dispatched to a report of an injury traffic crash on Highway 69 at the intersection of Fain Road on Saturday, April 18, at 10:28 p.m. The victim of the fatal crash has been identified as Ronald D. Darnell of Dewey.

On Saturday, April 18, 2015 at approximately 10:28 p.m., Prescott Valley Police officers were dispatched to a report of an injury traffic crash on State Route 69 at the intersection of Fain Road. 
A White Ford F-350 pickup truck driven by a 39-year-old male from Parker, Arizona was traveling eastbound on State Route 69 approaching the intersection of Fain Road, when the truck went left of center into the oncoming lanes of traffic. The Ford pickup truck collided head on with a silver Chevy Impala occupied by a 69-year-old male driver from Dewey, Arizona. 
The man from Dewey, Arizona was pronounced deceased on scene by medical personnel. 

The man from Parker, Arizona was flown to a Phoenix Hospital in serious condition 
State Route 69 east and westbound was shut down between milepost 284 and the intersection of Fain Road for approximately five and half hours. The cause of the collision is under investigation by Prescott Valley Police Department.

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