An Essex County man is going through murder prices after a crash this summer season that killed one other driver.

William Dunbar, 25, of Nutley, was charged Thursday with aggravated manslaughter and vehicular murder, Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina stated in a information assertion. 

William Dunbar 

He stated on Aug. 19, Dunbar was touring north on Route 73 in Mount Laurel at greater than 100 mph when he crashed into the rear of one other automobile, close to the intersection with Church Street.

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The automobile that was hit spun, overturned and struck a utility pole earlier than coming to relaxation. That car’s driver, Christopher Pappas, 34, of Howell, was pronounced useless on the scene.

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Pappas was a graduate of Monmouth College, the place he majored in historical past and political science. He had labored in gross sales at Element {Hardware} in Lakewood for the previous two years, based on his obituary.

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There have been no passengers in both car. 

Dunbar surrendered to Mount Laurel police Thursday and was taken to the Burlington County Jail. He’s awaiting a primary look in Superior Courtroom.

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