1 Killed, 2 Injured in Crash on Highway 20 and East Main Street [Grass Valley, CA]

Cheryl Stander Arrested after Fatal DUI Crash at West Fourth Street and Mayberry Drive [Reno,NV]

Cheryl Stander Arrested after Fatal DUI Crash at West Fourth Street and Mayberry Drive [Reno,NV]

Cheryl Stander Arrested after Fatal DUI Crash at West Fourth Street and Mayberry Drive [Reno,NV]

Motorcyclist Killed in West Reno Car Accident near Mayberry Drive

 
Reno, NV (March 8, 2020) – On the evening of March 8, one motorcyclist died, while Cheryl Stander of Verdi was arrested for a DUI car accident near Mayberry Drive.
 
The identity of the victim remains unreleased.
 
According to the police reports, the crash happened at 7 pm at West Fourth Street and Mayberry drive. The intersection was closed until midnight.
 
Paramedics transported the critically injured motorcyclist who Stander struck to the nearest regional medical center for immediate treatment. However, the victim was confirmed dead later at the hospital.
 
Meanwhile, Stander stayed at the crash scene and cooperated with the investigation.
 
Police confirmed that they quickly discovered that Cheryl Stander drove under the influence, and so they booked her into the Washoe County Jail.


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