ALOHA, OR (KPTV) – Four more people were arrested for a deadly crash that took place in July.
Washington County Sheriff’s Office said a grand jury indicted the driver of the Subaru Impreza, 20-year-old Bailey M. Reeves, of Beaverton on Friday.
The crash happened near the intersection of Southwest 153nd Avenue.
Reeves was racing a driver of a Chrysler and continued east on Southwest Farmington Road after the Chrysler crashed into a Ford Fusion but was stopped by Beaverton police off Highway 217.
Reeves was booked into the Washington County Jail on charges for first-degree manslaughter, second-degree assault, two counts of injury hit-and-run and reckless driving.
The driver of the Chrysler, identified as Alejandro Maldonado-Hernandez, was arrested on July 12 and was released on Aug. 8 after posting bail.
According to deputies, Maldonado-Hernandez hit and killed a woman while racing Reeves on Southwest Farmington Road.
Maldonado-Hernandez hit the pair, Patrick and Janace Ator, as they were attempting to turn onto Southwest Farming Road.
Patrick Ator, driver of the Ford Fusion, was rushed to a nearby hospital with severe injuries and Janace was pronounced dead at the scene.
On Aug. 27, investigators learned that Maldonado-Hernandez fled to Mexico to avoid prosecution, with the assistance of three people.
Ernesto Garcia, 20, Alicia Scardina, 21 and Luis Maldonado-Hernandez, 28, were arrested on Aug. 28 for hindering prosecution.
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