Friday, February 24, 2012

15-year-old Boy Waived To Adult Court For Vehicular Homicide

Daniel Barrios-Pérez

Teenager admitted of drag racing that ended in a deadly crash in the south side.

By H. Nelson Goodson
February 24, 2012

Milwaukee - On Thursday, Daniel Barrios-Pérez, 15, was waived to adult court and charged with one felony count for homicide by negeligent use of a vehicle and a misdeamenor charge for driving without a license causing death of another person. Barrios-Pérez is accused of crashing into Barbara McIntosh, 58, of Waukesha on November 22, while he drag race with another vehicle along the 3400 block of W. Forest Home Ave. Barrios-Pérez told police he took his mother's vehicle without her permission, according to the criminal complaint.
McIntosh died of multiple injuries caused by the car crash with Barrios-Pérez. He remained at the accident and was taken into custody.
Barrios-Pérez remains free on a $10,000 cash bond and is expected back in court on March 5, for a preliminary hearing.

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