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update : DUI Arrest News update Bill Patrick Hutto Jr was convicted of DUI in a 2009 , says Lexington Police
first bad thing in 2012. I hate it when I post things like this, but I must keep doing it.
A 6-year-old was killed in a felony DUI accident Sunday morning, according to the Lexington Police Department.
Authorities say Emma Longstreet was a passenger in a vehicle that was hit by a vehicle traveling west on Sunset Boulevard around 10:40am.
Police say 26-year-old Billy Patrick Hutto Jr. has been charged with felony driving under the influence causing death and felony driving under the influence causing great bodily injury.
Hutto is being held at the Lexington County Detention Center and scheduled to appear in bond court Monday at 10:00am.
Officials say traffic on Sunset Boulevard was detoured while police investigated the scene. Traffic was reopened a little later in the afternoon.
The South Carolina Highway Patrol’s MAIT unit helped investigate the accident
Tracie Dowell Nininger is scheduled to be back in court tomorrow to answer a charge of failing an alcohol test.
Nininger is out on bond while appealing her conviction in the February 2008 death of highway construction worker Richard Slone.
She and Jeffrey Scott Dupree were sentenced to 2 1/2 years in prison on charges of aggravated involuntary manslaughter when they were convicted of being drunk when their vehicles collided with road work equipment, killing Slone.
Both lost challenges before the Virginia Court of Appeals but won a review by the state Supreme Court where a decision is still pending.
Each was allowed to remain free but ordered to stay away from alcohol and take daily alcohol tests.
Roanoke County Circuit Court documents filed Dec. 28 indicated Nininger failed a test for alcohol and the court issued a “show cause” order for her to explain why that happened.