Horton man charged in July 4th Brown Co wreck

Timothy Pahmahmie ( Credit: Brown Co Sheriff's Office)

(KNZA)--A Horton man has been charged in connection with a July 4th two-vehicle Brown County wreck that left four others injured.

44-year-old Timothy Pahmahmie was arrested last week by the Brown County Sheriff's Office on a felony warrant for four counts of aggravated battery, driving under the influence, failure to yield the right-of-way at an uncontrolled intersection and operating a motor vehicle without a valid driver's license.

Brown County Sheriff John Merchant said Pahmahmie was arrested without incident in the vicinity of 1100 Dewberry Road in Brown County.

The charges were filed following an investigation by the Kansas Highway Patrol into a wreck early July 4th at the intersection of 100th and Kingfisher Roads, a mile west of U.S. 159 Highway.

The Patrol says Pahmahmie was westbound on 100th Road when his pickup truck crashed into the driver's side of a southbound SUV on Kingfisher Road driven by Brandon Wingender, of Everest.

Wingender and a passenger in his vehicle, Brenda Middleton of Horton, suffered suspected serious injuries in the wreck.

Pahmahmie and two passengers in his vehicle, Roberta Hanchor of Nevada, and Adrain Darnell, of Horton, were also injured.

A preliminary hearing in the case has been set for October 4.

Pahmahmie remains in the Brown County Jail, held on a $100,000 bond.

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