Grand Jury accuses woman of manslaughter for death of Lexington chef


LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- A Grand Jury accuses a woman of manslaughter after the July death of a Lexington chef.

Police say on July Fourth, Marisol Lewis crashed into the back of Robert Myers’ vehicle.

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Myers was Executive Chef at the Lexington Country Club.

The indictment accuses Lewis of driving recklessly before the crash.

If convicted, Lewis could face five to ten years in prison.