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Texas officials say that Charles Glaze, who was accused of the attack, binding, gagging and Tasering a woman in a cemetery last year, was responsible for the fatal crash on the Grand Parkway that left two dead.
The man accused of causing a horrific multi-vehicle crash Wednesday in Houston — the killing of a retired Marine-and a woman-was wearing an ankle monitor in connection with 2017, in a case in which he allegedly tried to kidnap a woman in a cemetery.
Charles Glaze, 54, is believed to be the cause of the deadly seven car accident on the Grand Parkway near Tomball after his truck went across the median and veered into oncoming traffic, FOX26 reported. He was admitted to the hospital after the crash with non-life-threatening injuries.
Charles Glaze is accused of causing a fatal car accident in Houston, Texas, that two people to death on Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2018.
(Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office)
Michael Brown, 78, a retired Marine, who served in the Vietnam War, was killed in the crash. His wife, Charlotte, broke her collarbone and was recovering in the hospital, KHOU11 reported. The name of the other person killed in the crash was not released, but the TV station reported that the victim was a mother of two.
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Neighbors remember Brown as a positive influence in his community.
“Sometimes We don’t realize how blessed we are, if we have those people in our lives, until they are suddenly taken from us, and it’s those people that make a difference in our lives while they are here that will be missed the most,” Troy Butler, a neighbor, told FOX26. “And that was the case with Michael Brown. He positively impacted this entire community.”
Enamel told investigators he has a history of seizures and did not remember anything of what happened before the pile-up. It was not immediately clear when he would be faced with the costs incurred in connection with the deadly crash.
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At the time of the incident, the investigators said he was found wearing a single display.
Enamel was accused in a June 2017 attack on a woman in the Small Memorial Park Cemetery in Magnolia, Texas. The woman was at the cemetery visiting a loved one grave at the Enamel allegedly used a stun gun on her, her gagging and pointing a gun at her head, the Houston Chronicle reported citing court documents. The woman was able to escape, and Glaze was charged with “aggravated assault with a deadly weapon,” FOX26 reported.