Woman turns herself in on charges from crash that killed 2
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DALLAS, Ga. (AP) — Police say a woman charged with vehicular homicide in the 2015 deaths of two Georgia teenagers has turned herself in.
Paulding County Sheriff's Office Sgt. Ashley Henson says Sarah Elizabeth Dowdy faces two vehicular homicide charges and turned herself in on Monday. Bond was set at $27,700.
Dowdy, who is 23, also faces charges of serious injury by vehicle, speeding and reckless driving.
Authorities have said 18-year-old Janeal Priester and 17-year-old Nicholas Wright were killed in the two-vehicle wreck in June of 2015. Family and friends have described the teenagers as high school sweethearts who dated for two years.
Jail records don't indicate whether Dowdy has an attorney or remained in custody.