CLEVELAND - A Cleveland man arrested for DUI after crashing into a crowd at the Dancing in the Street Festival has been indicted on four aggravated vehicular homicide charges.
A grand jury returned the indictment Tuesday afternoon against 35-year-old Timothy Spock, on four counts of aggravated vehicular homicide, two counts of aggravated vehicular assault, plus a DUI charge.
Spock is accused of driving drunk, crashing through a barricade and into a crowd of people at Cleveland's "Dancing in the Street" festival on July 29.
Mitchell Andelmo and Basil Bass died from injuries sustained in the crash. Andelmo's girlfriend, Constance Pokorny, suffered a skull fracture.
Two other people were treated and released from area hospitals.
Bond for Spock has been set at $150,000. He remains behind bars. An upcoming court date is not yet known.
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