ATLANTA (FOX 5 Atlanta) - A judge has denied bond for A man who investigators say started a deadly police chase that ended with a multi-car crash on the Downtown Connector.
Police arrested 34-year-old Kahre Williams on Saturday after the deadly pursuit.
It all started early that morning when a state trooper tried to pull Williams over on Spring Street.
He was behind the wheel of a black Dodge Challenger and officials say was driving against traffic.
The officer attempted to pull over Williams, but they say he refused to stop, made a U-turn, and raced down Interstate 75.
The pursuit eventually ended on the Connector, where police say Williams crashed into two other vehicles.
Juan Gispert, 28, of Hollywood, Florida, was killed when he thrown from the red SUV he was traveling in. Four others inside the vehicle were hurt.
Two other people in a silver sedan also were treated for injuries.
Williams ran from the scene but was caught, authorities said.
He faces charges of felony murder, first-degree homicide by vehicle, five counts of serious injury by vehicle, fleeing and attempt to elude, two counts of hit and run, DUI, failure to obey signs or control devices, driving on the wrong side of an undivided street, improper or erratic lane change, speeding, reckless driving, and willful obstruction of a law enforcement officer.
Investigators said they think he may have been drunk.