2 Motorcycles Collide, Charges Filed
21-year-old Jospeh Deifenderfer is facing 11 criminal charges, including vehicular homicide and driving with a suspended license, in connection with a motorcycle crash last weekend that left two people dead.
The accident happened early Saturday morning when Joseph crash his motorcycle into another bike being driven by Benjamin Alabran, 21. Both Alabran and his passenger, 21-year-old Cassandra Keck, were thrown from the motorcycle and were killed on the scene.
Jospeh Deifenderfer fled the scene of the accident but was later found and arrested by police authorities. It is unsure at this time if drugs or if alcohol played a role in this particular crash.
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