Indiana Woman Convicted in Bus Stop Accident That Killed Three Children

A 25-year-old Indiana woman has been found guilty of three counts of felony reckless homicide in a fatal bus stop crash that killed three siblings last year.

Alyssa shepherd now faces up to 21-and-a-half years in prison.

In October of 2018, 6-year-old twin boys, Xavier and Mason Ingle, and their 9-year-old sister, Alivia Stahl, were killed when they were struck by Shepherd’s Toyota Tacoma.

They were crossing the road to get to their school bus, which had the stop arm extended and the emergency lighting activated.

Another student was struck but wasn’t killed.

Prior to jury deliberation Friday, the prosecution rested and the defense called six witnesses to the stand, including shepherd.

She told jurors she was “A mess” on October 30, and was screaming and crying and having an out-of-body experience.

Shepherd’s sentencing hearing is scheduled for December 18th.


Source: NewsNet | Indiana Woman Convicted in Bus Stop Accident That Killed Three Children