Judge reduces Sequoyah Collins’ bond from half a million to $150,000

Sequoyah Collins in court Sept. 10

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – According to Fayette County District Court, a judge reduced Sequoyah Collins’ bond from $500,000 to $150,000 on Tuesday. Police accuse her of causing a crash that killed a 10-year-old.

If she makes bond she will be on electronic monitoring.

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Sequoyah Collins was originally charged with driving under the influence following the crash on July 5. On Sept. 4, the charge was upgraded to murder, wanton endangerment and assault.

According to investigators, Collins was driving around 85 mph and ran a red light at the intersection of Tates Creek Road and Lansdowne Drive, hitting a car with six people inside.

One of the passengers in the car, 10-year-old Alexia Gomez Hernandez, was killed. Two other children in the car suffered serious injuries.

According to her arrest citation, Collins had a blood alcohol level of .211.

ABC 36’s Christy Bollinger breaks down more details in her case. You can read it here.

The case heads to the grand jury. A date hasn’t been set yet.