Kentucky man Brian Lee has been charged with two counts of manslaughter after allegedly hitting a Mercury Sable, killing both occupants while test driving a 2009 Dodge Challenger at over 100MPH in a 45MPH zone.
While on a test drive of the Challenger, Lee decided to push the car well past legal limits and in doing so crashed into a Mercury Sable turning into an apartment complex. The two occupants, Toya Buckner-Dioum, 40, and Sherman King Sr., 63, were both killed in the crash. The judge in the case placed the man under $100,000 bond and had a hard time maintaining a veneer of impartiality during the hearing, calling Mr. Lee's behavior "the most egregious thing that I think I have seen in my 16 years on the bench." [WLKY]