OMAHA, NE – Police have made an arrest in connection with a crash that killed two people in Omaha earlier this month, the Omaha World-Herald reports.
This is an update to a previous story.
Omaha police said 40-year-old Chaz Booker was booked on suspicion of two counts of felony motor vehicle homicide. According to investigators, Booker was speeding in a Dodge Journey Jan. 11 when he collided with a Z-Trip taxi Hyundai sedan at 24th Street and Lake Street.
The driver of the taxi, 49-year-old Terrell L. Lindsay, and a passenger, 60-year-old Laron B. Imani, were killed in the wreck. Both were Omaha residents. Two other vehicles were struck in the incident, but no other injuries were reported.
Booker was treated at the Nebraska Medical Center and booked Monday following his release.
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