The Washington Post reported yesterday:
Two residents of upper Montgomery County were killed in southern Maryland Saturday afternoon when their tandem bicycle was struck by a vehicle from behind.
John Henrik Fauerby, 64, and Lynne Frances Rosenbusch, 58, both of Clarksburg, were riding the bicycle north on Tobacco Road in Calvert County about 3 p.m. when the crash occurred near Tobacco Lane in the Chesapeake Beach area, the sheriff’s office said.
In a statement, the office said Catherine Frances Lyon, 62, of Huntingtown, Md., was charged with driving under the influence and homicide by motor vehicle while under the influence.
Capital Gazette adds:
Police determined that Lyon was under the influence of alcohol at the time and she was arrested and charged with nine traffic violations and criminal charges, including driving under the influence and homicide by motor vehicle while under the influence. She was released on $200,000 bond, according to court records.
Other charges include violating the 3 foot passing distance, failure to avoid collision, following too closely, failure to control vehicle speed while passing, reckless driving and negligent driving. But it looks like those have become "inactive" and all that is active now are two counts of negligent homicide-DUI and two counts of vehicular homicide - driving while impaired.
It may not surprise you to find out that she was arrested almost exactly a year ago (10/22/14) in Calvert County and charged with 2nd Degree Assault, Alcoholic Beverage Intoxication: Endanger ("was intoxicated and did endanger [the safety of ______/the property of ______].") and Disorderly Conduct.