A suspect in a July 17 traffic crash that killed a young newlywed couple and injured another man has been arrested and arraigned, according to an Allegan County Sheriff’s media release.
Jacob Scot Damron, 21, (left) with no address listed, was arraigned Tuesday, Oct. 23.The Allegan County Prosecutor’s Office issued charges of operating while intoxicated causing death and reckless driving causing death for Logan Allbaugh, the same charge for Hannah Kwekel and a third charge of operating while intoxicated causing serious injury and reckless driving causing serious injury to Duane McDonald.
Damron is also charged with carrying a concealed weapon.
ORIGINAL STORY: Young newlyweds die in three car crash in Allegan County
The Allegan County Sheriff’s Office continues to investigate a three-car traffic crash that caused the death of a young Holland man and his wife of two weeks, according to a sheriff’s new release.
Deputies and Medical First Responders report the newlywed couple, Logan Thunderland Allbaugh 24, from Holland, and his wife, Hannah Mae Kwekel 22, from Zeeland, were pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of another car suffered minor injuries, the third driver was uninjured.
Through witness statements and preliminary reconstruction, officials learned that a single occupant vehicle westbound on 128th Avenue failed to yield for the stop sign striking the northbound vehicle with the young couple, sending it into the southbound lane of Lincoln Road, where it was struck by another vehicle.
The crash occurred Tuesday (July 17) at 3:45 p.m. at the intersection of 128th Avenue and Lincoln Road (M-40) in Heath Township in Allegan County.
Michigan State Police, Hamilton and Saugatuck fire departments, AMR, Ottawa and Eaton County sheriff’s offices and the Holland City Police Department assisted deputies.