LOGAN, Utah (AP) — A homicide charge has been filed against the 40-year-old Millville man accused in a fatal crash that claimed the life of the co-owner of a popular coffee roasting house in Logan.
Cache County Attorney James Swink says Alvin Henson was formally charged on Monday with automobile homicide, a second-degree felony.
Police say 68-year-old Randy Wirth died Saturday from injuries suffered in the three-vehicle collision Thursday in Millville. He co-owned Caffe Ibis Coffee Roasting Co. with his wife, Sally Sears.
Deputies say Henson's pickup truck collided with a car and then struck Wirth who was riding his motorcycle.
The (Logan) Herald Journal reports Henson appeared via video in 1st District Court for his arraignment Monday afternoon. His bail will be addressed at his preliminary hearing set for Monday.
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