Man Indicted on Charges in Death of 2 People

Contributor: Lance Vaught
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Updated: 4/25 4:08 pm
An Indiana man who police believe caused the deaths of two people on I-75 back in February has been indicted on numerous charges.

Officials said 56-year-old Bryan Mangan was driving with a suspended license when he lost control of his SUV, crashed into a guardrail and then collided with four other vehicles in Madison County.

They said the accident led to the deaths of Jeffrey Campbell, 30, and Meredith Buscher, 22.

On Wednesday, Mangan was indicted on six counts of wanton endangerment, tampering with physical evidence and operating a vehicle on a suspended license.

Mangan will be arraigned in court on May 1.
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