• January 10, 2017

Roger Johnson Killed in Alleged DUI Accident in Lexington, SC

Lexington, SC -- An alleged DUI collision claimed the life of 75-year-old Roger Johnson in the area of Lexington, SC Thursday, January 5, 2017.

Officials say a vehicle allegedly operated by Nicole Marie Wilson was driving in the area of 4200 Sunset Blvd. when the incident occurred. Around 11:12 p.m., the vehicle went through a traffic light, colliding with a second vehicle. Mr. Johnson, a resident of Cayce, was taken to a nearby hospital after sustaining blunt force trauma. The injured victim later died as a result of his injuries.

Police officials are currently investigating the incident as alcohol related.

Mrs. Wilson has since been charged with multiple offenses related to the collision.

The official investigation is ongoing.

The early media report provided no further information at its release.

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