• December 05, 2022

Ann Cheatam, Traevon Lingard Killed in Car Accident in Brazoria County, TX

Brazoria County, TX -- November 28, 2022, Ann Cheatam and Traevon Lingard were killed and children were injured after a car accident.

Investigators said the crash took place late Monday in the area of FM 1462 and County Road 48.

Ann Cheatam, Traevon Lingard Killed in Car Accident in Brazoria County, TX

They say that a vehicle driven by 53-year-old Ann Cheatam and a vehicle driven by 19-year-old Traevon Lingard somehow collided. This resulted in both drivers losing their lives. Two children in Cheatam's vehicle were recently released from the hospital at the time of writing.

Additional details about the crash are unavailable. Potential link to a suspected killing of Keniqua Dachelle King are still under investigation.

Commentary on Ann Cheatam, Traevon Lingard Car Accident in Brazoria County

To be absolutely clear up front, I have no place discussing the concerning potential relation between this terrible crash and another person apparently dying due to gunshot wounds. That's for the authorities. My purpose on this blog is to focus on how to get victims and families the help they need, and car wrecks can often be far more challenging than folks realize. Police alone don't always have the experience and equipment to ensure nothing important slips through the cracks. In fact, the potential relation to what could be a homicide may only shift their priorities elsewhere while others are left to pick up the pieces on their own. That's why it's important people learn about these potential shortcomings and what steps can be taken to overcome them.

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