A 23-year-old pickup driver with a history of traffic jams, accused of killing seven motorcyclists in a fiery crash in New Hampshire this past summer, has been indicted on 23 charges and could face 378 years in prison if convicted.
Volodymyr Zhukovskyy, a Ukrainian native of Springfield, Mass., Who was found to be affected by one or more drugs at the time, is to be staged by video on November 5, The Associated Press reported.
He has been jailed without bail since the June 21 crash in Randolph, about 100 miles north of Concord.
He has previously pleaded guilty.
Back in June, Immigration and Toll Enforcement (ICE) applied for jail against Zhukovskyy and potentially sought to deport him for criminal prosecution.
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The Coös County grand jury on Thursday issued seven counts of negligent homicide; seven counts of negligent homicide – driving under the influence; seven counts of unharmed murder; a number of runs while intoxicated; and a count of ruthless behavior.
The negligent murder-DUI accused Zhukovskyy of driving under the influence of a controlled drug or drug at the crash; The manslaughter charges accuse Zhukovskyy of driving carelessly and twisting over the center line on Route 2.
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Back in August, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration said a toxicology report showed that a toxicology report showed positive for an unspecified drug that made him unable to drive safely when his pickup overloaded the yellow line in the center and crashed into the motorcyclists.
the truck just before the crash, according to the report. This violation was referred to as "inattentive driving."
Fox News & Tamara Gitt and The Associated Press contributed to this report.