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Motor vehicle homicide charges dropped
Lincoln Journal Star


Charges against a 17-year-old Lincoln boy arrested last week on suspicion of misdemeanor motor vehicle homicide have been dropped.

Lancaster County Attorney Gary Lacey said Carl A. Thomas, of 5221 S. 49th St., will enter a pretrial diversion program.

Thomas was originally cited on suspicion of failure to yield after a two-car accident Nov. 30. According to police, just after 11 a.m., Thomas was driving a Nissan Sentra south on South 37th Street at Sheridan Boulevard when he collided with an eastbound Ford Escort driven by 66-year-old Joseph E. Brown of Lincoln.

Brown was taken by ambulance to BryanLGH Medical Center East, where he died Dec. 4.

In an autopsy report dated Jan. 22, a pathologist concluded Brown died of severe blunt force trauma caused by the accident, Lacey said.

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