Posted: Aug 25, 2010 5:43 PM by Chris Nakamoto
Updated: Aug 25, 2010 8:28 PM
The woman accused of causing a deadly crash just moments before Christmas Eve last year is scheduled to answer to those charges tomorrow morning in Pointe Coupee Parish.
Investigators said Victoria Gosserand was nearly four times over the legal limit when she caused the crash last year. A New Roads police officer taped testimony before deploying to Iraq this year and said Gosserand was combative and uncooperative after the crash.
The crash killed 23-year-old Terri Parker and badly injured Kyle Riviere.
Parker's grandmother Alma Cushionberry told News 2 how hard the past year has been without Terri. It was her first television interview since the crash.
"It's been miserable," said Cushionberry.
A News 2 investigation showed Gosserand posted a $100,000 property bond on Christmas Eve. City offices were closed for the holidays when Gosserand was released from jail.
"I don't care what color you is," said Cushionberry. "The law is supposed to be for everybody, not just for some people."
Gosserand was indicted in February on one count of vehicular homicide and first degree negligent injury. She is scheduled to appear in court for her arraignment at 9 a.m.