Washington: State Patrol charged Manoj Siwakoti with DUI homicide while on prescription drugs; TAKES DRUGS due to mental status but still allowed to drive & kill!

Mom killed son injured by DUI driver in Washington State homicide charged 031016 photo courtesy of KOMO

Mom killed son injured by DUI driver in Washington State homicide charged 031016 photo courtesy of KOMO

Washington State Patrol Troopers Arrest Vehicular Homicide Suspect

Manoj Siwakoti DUI killer Washington State Patrol prescription drugs

Manoj Siwakoti DUI killer Washington State Patrol prescription drugs

King County:  On March 10, 2016, Washington State Patrol troopers arrested Manoj Siwakoti on an outstanding felony warrant for vehicular homicide and vehicular assault.  The warrants are related to a two-vehicle collision on SR 509/SR 518 on October 24, 2015.  Siwakoti was charged with one count of vehicular homicide and one count of vehicular assault but failed to appear at a mandated court appearance.  He was arrested at his parents residence in Kent.

The collision occurred as the victim (driver) was traveling NB SR 509 to WB SR 518 at approximately 3:00 pm.  Siwakoti, 21 years old, failed to stop at a red light at the intersection and struck the victim’s vehicle while traveling EB on SR 518.  The victim (driver), a 42-year-old female from Burien, died at the scene.  Her 10-year-old son was seriously injured.  Toxicology results showed that Siwakoti was impaired by prescription drugs.

Siwakoti was booked into the Regional Justice Center in Kent on the two felony warrants.

Man suffers from mental health issues and still allowed to operate a vehicle?  Why not blind people too?

From KOMO

The crash killed 41-year-old Lilliam Portillo, and critically injured her son who was rushed to Harborview Medical Center.

On Sunday, hospital officials said the boy was released after being reported in stable condition.

Til Siwakoti, Manoj’s father, said his son suffers from mental health issues, and takes medication for treatment. …MORE

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