DETROIT (WOOD) — A Detroit man has been charged with a felony for allegedly causing a car crash that killed three West Michigan men last year.
On Aug. 18, 2013, 68-year-old Brian Kelley, 31-year-old Daniel Kelly and 19-year-old Keeland Johns — a grandfather, son and nephew from the Grand Rapids area — were headed home from a Tigers game when they were involved in a wreck on Lodge Freeway near Rosa Parks Boulevard in Detroit. They were pronounced dead at a local hospital.
Michael Anthony Miller, 22, was expected to be arraigned Thursday afternoon on a felony charge of reckless driving causing death, according to the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office.
Prosecutors say Miller was driving north on Lodge Freeway “at a high rate of speed” when he lost control and collided with the victims’ car, which then rolled over.
If convicted, Miller could spend up to 15 years in prison.
Detroit Man Charged in Fatal Crash on the Lodge Freeway and Rosa Parks Blvd. in Detroit