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Man Bound Over Trial in Crash That Killed 5

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Matthew Carrier, right, listens as a prosecutor tells the court an adjournment is needed in his criminal case filed in 53rd District Court in Howell July 26, 2017. Also pictured is defense attorney Rolland Sizemore. (photo from Livingston Daily)

A Michigan man charged with second-degree murder in a crash that killed five people has been bound over for trial. 

The Macomb Daily reports 22-year-old Matthew Carrier of Fenton is charged with five counts of second-degree murder and 14 other charges in connection with the two-car collision May 9 in a rural area about 35 miles (55 kilometers) northwest of Detroit.
It killed probation agent Candice Dunn, who had just been honored at a Corrections Department banquet, and four other people in the two vehicles.
No court dates were set during the probable cause hearing Thursday.
Investigators say Carrier ran a stop sign at 103 miles (165 kilometers) per hour and had a blood-alcohol level of 0.15 percent.
Defense attorney Rolland Sizemore said sending the case to trial was appropriate.

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