Driver in fatal church bus crash indicted by Grand Jury
Jack Young, the 20-year-old driver accused of crashing into a New Braunfels church bus in late March killing 13 senior citizens, has been indicted by a Uvalde County Grand Jury.
He's facing charges for each victim.
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Before the crash, 911 callers told dispatchers Young was all over the road on Highway 83 near Concan.
The National Transportation Safety Board recently said video provided by a witness shows Young crossed over the road's white edge line 37 times and he went into the grass at least 5. Young told the NTSB he was checking his phone for a text at the time of the crash and he'd taken prescription pills. The NTSB says marijuana was found in his truck.
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On Monday, District Attorney Daniel Kindred presented evidence to the Uvalde County Grand Jury. The Grand Jury handed down 13 two-count indictments for intoxication manslaughter and manslaughter. Another indictment alleges intoxication assault and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon causing serious bodily injury.
Young turned himself in Wednesday night. The DA says he will stay in custody unless he can post $380,000 in surety bonds.