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DOT Worker Charged in North Carolina Officer's Death

April 17, 2014  | 

The North Carolina Highway Patrol has charged a Department of Transportation worker in a crash that killed a Tarboro (N.C.) PD officer, reports WTVD-TV.

William Allen Harrell II, 29, of Macclesfield, has been charged with left of center and misdemeanor death by a motor vehicle.

The accident happened just before 9 a.m. Tuesday on N.C. Highway 111, shortly after the truck left a NCDOT maintenance yard on McKendree Church Road, just outside Tarboro.

Forty-six-year-old Officer Charles Johnson died in the crash. Harrell was not hurt.

Related:

North Carolina Officer Killed in Collision with Heavy Equipment


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