Police have arrested and jailed a man they say is responsible for a 2016 car wreck that killed a mom and her two children, and injured four more youths who were riding in the car.
According to the Florida Highway Patrol, Trevor Carter-Remy, 25, was driving a car that contained Tiffany Turnbull, 30, and six children when Carter-Remy and Turbull had an argument. The car then went out of control and overturned into a construction zone, the Patrol told the Ft. Lauderdale Sun Sentinel.
Turbull and two of the children died in the wreck.
Authorities, as per the Sun-Sentinel, said they found a bottle of cognac in the car, as well as a cell phone recording in which the suspect said he was intoxicated.
No one in the car wore seatbelts.
Carter-Remy was booked into Broward County jail, and faces 19 charges that include two counts of aggravated manslaughter of a child, DUI causing death and vehicular homicide. He's scheduled to be arraigned this week.