Wichita Traffic Death Trial Delayed

By: KAKE News Email
By: KAKE News Email

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Monday, January 9, 2012

A trial scheduled this week for a Wichita man accused of driving under the influence and speeding before a head-on accident killed a Wichita State student has been continued.

Tommie Lee Cameron, 37, was scheduled to go to trial today. That trial has now been continued to February 27th.

Prosecutors say Cameron had a crack pipe on July 25, 2010, when his car plowed into a vehicle stopped at a Wichita intersection. That car's driver, 21-year-old Kari Rinehart, died. Her twin sister and their roommate were hurt.

Cameron has a prison record that includes convictions for aggravated battery, criminal threat charges and aggravated assault.


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