Hearing continued in vehicular homicide case
BATON ROUGE - Attorneys continued a hearing today for the man accused of killing a cyclist last year while driving drunk.
Police said Joseph Branch had a blood alcohol content nearly four times the legal limit when he struck Nathan Crowson and Daniel Morris on Perkins Rd. back in January 2012.
Crowson died at the scene; Morris suffered serious injuries. Authorities charged Branch with second offense DWI and vehicular homicide.
The hearing was rescheduled for July 16.
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