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.
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.