• June 26, 2023

Quincy Delon Brown Killed in Alleged Intoxicated Driving Accident in Harris County, TX

UPDATE (August 25, 2023): Authorities released additional details about the accident. They say that 42-year-old Quincy Delon Brown, said to be from Miami, Florida, was on a motorcycle at the time. Another driver was apparently going southbound along northbound lanes and crashed into Brown's motorcycle, ultimately causing fatal injuries. The driver of the other vehicle is said to be facing a charge for intoxication manslaughter. The incident is still under investigation.

Harris County, TX —June 23, 2023, Quincy Delon Brown was killed following an alleged intoxicated driver accident which now has charges pending.

Right now, exact details surrounding the crash are limited. Harris County officials said that Quincy Brown was killed in a motor vehicle accident. A driver involved in that incident was allegedly intoxicated when the incident occurred.

Quincy Delon Brown Killed in Alleged Intoxicated Driving Accident in Harris County, TX

As such, officials allege that it was by reason of that driver's intoxication and the operation of a motor vehicle while intoxicated that Quincy Brown succumbed to fatal injuries. There are currently pending charges for intoxication manslaughter stemming from the crash against the unidentified driver. Additional details about those charges are currently unavailable, and it's unclear if there will be additional charges filed. Investigations are ongoing.


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