Texas: Sergio Sanchez Jr. waltzes out of court planning for his community service in DWI death of Jacqueline Rocha


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HOUSTON – 2014-04-16 — A man charged with intoxication manslaughter and intoxication assault following a deadly weekend crash is sending a message of apology to his victims.

According to authorities, Sergio Sanchez Jr. was behind the wheel of a GMC truck when he crashed into the back of a vehicle killing 23-year-old Jacqueline Rocha Sunday morning.

The accident happened in the 1400 block of N. Sam Houston Pkwy. West.

Sanchez made his first appearance in criminal court Monday morning.

As he left, Sanchez told members of the media that he was sorry for his actions.

“I apologize. I take responsibly for my mistake,” said Sanchez. “It was a stupid action of mine, but I’m going to try to make this better for myself and hopefully get probation, community service and make this a positive out of a negative.”

KPRC Local 2 showed a video of Sanchez’ apology to the victim’s friends.

“I feel like he’s taking it lightly. A person lost their life for this and it’s affected a lot of people and my sister was in the hospital,” said Rita Reyes. “He almost hit me and the passenger. He could have killed all four of us.”

Reyes said she was driving her vehicle when it had mechanical problems. After pulling over, she and the front seat passenger got out of the car to inspect the problem. That’s when ….MORE

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