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Monday, September 8, 2014

Driver charged in Lawson Road fatality

Posted By on Mon, Sep 8, 2014 at 6:27 AM

click to enlarge CHARGED IN DEATH; Antonio Enriquez
  • CHARGED IN DEATH; Antonio Enriquez
A motorcyclist was killed about 5:15 p.m. Sunday in a three-vehicle accident in the 17900 block ofLawson Road, the sheriff's office said. Antonio Sanchez Enriquez, 42, of Little Rock, was charged with negligent homicide.

Enriquez reportedly crossed the center line, hit one vehicle and then, still in the wrong lane, struck a motorcycle. The driver of the motorcycle, Richard Lee Rose, died at the scene.

Sanchez faces a string of charges, including DWI, driving left of center, endangering a minor, reckless driving, no insurance, theft by receiving, no driver's license, fictitious license plant, unregistered vehicle and not wearing a seat belt.

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