Charges filed in crash that killed Fort Bragg soldier
The N.C. Highway Patrol charged Anas Dahabi, 25, with misdemeanor death by motor vehicle in the wreck that shut down Interstate 40 Tuesday afternoonPosted — Updated
CARY, N.C. — The N.C. Highway Patrol charged Anas Dahabi, 25, with misdemeanor death by motor vehicle in the wreck that shut down Interstate 40 Tuesday afternoon and claimed the life of a soldier stationed at Fort Bragg.
Dahabi was driving his Volkswagen Jetta, troopers said, when he sideswiped a motocycle being ridden by Harold Boyd III, 36, of 4633 Morning Star Lane in Hope Mills.
Boyd died as a result of the injuries he sustained.
A highway patrol spokesman said two other vehicles were involved in the wreck. No one else was injured.
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