Patricia A. Neville-Colp, a 48-year-old Bridgewater resident, will be arraigned today in the stone District Court on charges of motor vehicle homicide, operating under the influence of alcohol, operating under the influence of drugs and leaving the scene of personal injury. On Saturday shortly after 11 PM Ms. Neville-Colp was driving home to Bridgewater from any VFW post in Randolph when she got into the deadly crash. According to the Boston Herald Ms. Neville-Colp sideswiped another vehicle when she emerged onto route 24 from route 139.
The other vehicle began to spin rolled over multiple times where the 57-year-old driver was ejected and pronounced dead on the scene. When Massachusetts State police searched Ms. Neville-Colp’s car they found 16 marijuana cigarettes, E pill bottle, and he partially smoked marijuana cigarette on the cars floorboard.
Motor vehicle homicide while OUI is a felony charge of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the penalty is very severe and shall be punished in the state prison for not less than 2 1/2 years not more than 15 years. AlsoT the registry of motor vehicles will suspend persons license if they are charge with motor vehicle homicide for a long period of time.