Suspect in deadly car meet crash ordered not to drive

Andrew Mock is accused of causing the crash that killed a 35-year-old and a 16-year-old who were spectators at a car meet.

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- Overnight we also got our first look at the man accused in that. That accident right there. A deadly crash on Highway 290. That breaking news story was yesterday morning and our reporter TJ Parker is live with what the judge ordered overnight. TJ?

TJ PARKER: Yeah, good morning, Tom. The judge had a lot to say overnight to suspected driver Andrew Mock more than a day after that deadly crash. You can see a memorial already set up here along the 290 feeder road where two people were killed. Authorities tell ABC13 the 22-year-old was the yellow Camaro driver doing what's called a flyby on the 290 feeder near Little York, speeding past a crowd at 100 miles per hour when they say he crashed into another car that hit three onlookers. Two of them were killed, including 35-year-old Roger Glover. The other two were teens who were taken by helicopter to the hospital. One of them identified in court documents as 16-year-old DeCarerick Kennedy died at the hospital. A judge ordered Mock not to drive for the safety of the community.

- The defendant had been doing donuts in a parking lot then told his passenger he was going to make a pull, meaning accelerate the vehicle as quick as possible. He got to 80 to 10o-plus miles per hour on the feeder rear-ending another vehicle which collided with three pedestrians, one 35 years of age and one 16 years of age. Both died from their injuries. A 14-year-old boy left in critical.

- You're going to have to find a way to get to work because you're not going to drive. You understand? And there's no exceptions. And this is effective immediately and is in place until your cases are all over.

TJ PARKER: We spoke to Glover's mother who says he was visiting Houston from New Jersey specifically to see the car show. A GoFundMe page has now been set up to help pay to return his body back home. Mock, by the way, is charged with manslaughter, aggravated assault, and reckless driving, but authorities say that his charges could be upgraded. Mock was not hurt in that crash.