The Richmond Police Department’s Particular Functions Division-Targeted visitors Crash Staff, with the help of the Currituck County Sheriff’s Business office, has designed an arrest in relationship to the double fatal crash that transpired on Thanksgiving Working day.
Ryann Daniels was captured yesterday afternoon by deputies in Currituck County. At approximately 1:30 p.m., the deputies responded to a report of the needed topic at a residence. As the deputies approached the home, Daniels fled on foot into a wooded spot on the backside of the home. A K-9 device, accompanied by a number of deputies, tracked Daniels and took him into custody.
Daniels has been charged with two counts of involuntary manslaughter. His reserving photograph is attached. He is at this time becoming held at the Currituck County Sheriff’s Place of work detention middle on a $500,000 bond.
At somewhere around 7:54 p.m. on Thursday, November 26, 2020, Daniels was driving a select-up truck westbound on Brookland Park Boulevard, disregarded a pink mild and entered the intersection of Chamberlayne Avenue – putting two motor vehicles, such as an SUV, that were touring southbound on Chamberlayne Avenue.
All a few motor vehicles then collided with a few cars that were being stopped in the eastbound lanes of Brookland Park Boulevard.
Karen Murphy and Kevin Hancock have been in the SUV. Murphy was pronounced dead at the scene. Hancock was transported to a community medical center the place he succumbed to his injuries.
“It is constantly tragic losing a loved a person, but specially on a holiday break centered on time invested with relatives. We want to deliver the victims’ households our sincerest condolences all through this challenging time,” said Richmond Police Chief Gerald Smith. “Our crash crew investigators have been doing work diligently to apprehend the suspect. I would like to thank them and the Currituck County Sheriff’s Workplace for their great do the job.”
The crash remains under investigation. Everyone with information is requested to phone RPD Crash Team Investigator D. Olson at (804) 646-1664 or get hold of Crime Stoppers at (804) 780-1000. All Crime Stoppers solutions are anonymous.