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Prelim hearing set for woman charged in fatal crash

(KNZA)--A December 3rd preliminary hearing has now been set for an Omaha, Nebraska woman accused of killing three members of a Sabetha family, and injuring two others, during a head-on collision last November in Jackson County.

Jackson County Attorney Shawna Miller told MSC News that came last week  during a status hearing for 49-year-old Maria Perez-Marquez.

Perez-Marquez faces three counts of involuntary manslaughter, two counts of aggravated battery and one count of reckless driving.

She was arrested last month in Nebraska on a warrant after she failed to appear for a scheduled October 11 preliminary hearing in Jackson County District Court.  Perez-Marquez was transported back to Jackson County after waiving extradition.

She remains in the Jackson County Jail, held without bond.


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