A Trotwood man is now facing charges in connection to a hit-and-run crash that killed a Dayton woman over the summer.
Jonathan Chambers, 45, was indicted by a Montgomery County grand jury Wednesday on one count aggravated vehicular homicide, two counts of vehicular assault, three counts of failure to stop after an accident and one count of failure to comply with an order or signal of a police officer, according to court records.
The charges against Chambers stem from a deadly crash that happened June 9 at the intersection Free Pike and N. Gettysburg Ave.
Chambers’ vehicle, previously described as a Chevrolet Blazer, “was traveling at a high rate of speed, ran through the red light at N. Gettysburg and Free Pike, and struck the vehicle of Allison Oliver, killing her,” according to a spokesperson for the Montgomery County Prosecutor’s Office.
The impact of the crash sent 31-year-old Oliver’s Ford Focus into two other vehicles that were waiting at the traffic light to continue west on Free Pike, News Center 7 previously reported. The drivers of those vehicles were transported to an area hospital with minor injuries.
The spokesperson said Chambers was driving with a suspended license at the time of the crash.
Chambers is not in custody at this time. He’s scheduled to be arraigned on Jan. 12.