San Marcos woman told investigator she smoked pot and took painkillers night before deadly accident
A San Marcos woman faces an intoxication manslaughter charge after telling an investigator she was “smoking marijuana and taking painkillers” the night before a collision that resulted in a Spicewood man’s death, according to the Texas Department of Public Safety.
Rachel Beth Riley, 24, was charged with intoxication manslaughter June 23, a day after the accident involving the 2000 Oldsmobile she was driving and a 2006 Harley-Davidson motorcycle driven by 74-year-old Ivan Johnson Jr., the report stated.
The arrest warrant affidavit stated Riley possessed marijuana at the time of the accident.
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