Indictment: NJ man killed by 100 mph driver
MOUNT HOLLY — A grand jury this week handed up an indictment against a Nutley man charged with killing a 34-year-old he rear-ended while driving 100 mph in August.
William Dunbar, 26, is facing charges of first-degree aggravated manslaughter and second-degree vehicular homicide.
Investigators say he was traveling north on Route 73 in Mount Laurel when he slammed into a vehicle driven by Christopher Pappas, 34, of Howell. Pappas' car spun out of control and struck a utility pole.
Pappas was active in recreation programs in Howell. He was a graduate of Monmouth University.
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