Authorities arrest woman suspected in wreck that killed Aliye Ringe
BATON ROUGE – Police have made an arrest in the Dec. 22 wreck that killed a 20-year-old woman and injured several others.
Alonna England, 38, was booked Monday with negligent homicide and reckless operation of a vehicle.
Police said England was driving on Corlett Drive when she ran a stop sign at Hooper Road, hitting another car.
That car careened across the median and into oncoming traffic, hitting the car that Aliye Ringe was in head-on.
Ringe was seriously injured and died a day later. Four other people, including a child, were also injured.
England’s bail was set at $60,000 Tuesday, according to court records.
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