It was Valentine’s Day 2018 when a Bloods gang member slammed into a family’s car on a New York highway and killed five people.

According to one medical examiner, Jamel Turner, had the second-highest level of marijuana ever witness in a living specimen at the time of the crash.

Turner was sentenced to 27 years in jail for vehicular manslaughter and several other charges. He had rear-ended a car on the highway while traveling 154 miles per hour, the New York Times reported at the time. All of the victims burned alive, prosecutors said.

Turner was driving a stolen Chevy Camaro and hit the McCoy family’s Mazda, which then hit another car and careened into an oil truck until catching fire. All four passengers in the Mazda were burned alive.

Turner’s friend and dog were also killed when they were thrown from the Camaro.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You May Also Like

Texas House Passes Major Hemp Bill
24 April 2019
Seattle Aims to Abolish Hundreds of Marijuana Related Convictions
28 April 2018
University of Pittsburgh Researchers Develop Marijuana Breathalyzer
29 August 2019