DAILYKENN.com -- 72-year-old Cynthia Jonasen died at the scene after the vehicle she was driving was broadsided by another driver under the influence of drugs.
Arrested is Steven Hendrix, 32, who was charged with murder, manslaughter and child endangerment.
Last week Hendrix was convicted of felony domestic violence after he strangled his girlfriend.
37 percent of the male prison population is non-Hispanic black and 3 percent of all black American males of all ages are in prison (compared to 0.5 percent of the white male population. Apologists for black crime blame white racism for the high black incarceration rate [source].
A Yolo County man accused of causing a deadly DUI crash while he was waiting to be sentenced for another crime is now being charged with murder.
Yolo County prosecutors are charging Steven Hendrix, 32, of murder, manslaughter and child endangerment.
Davis police said Hendrix was under the influence of drugs when his vehicle broadsided another car on 2nd Street in Davis Wednesday evening.
The other driver, Cynthia Jonasen, 72, of Davis, died at the scene.
The four children in Hendrix’s car suffered minor injuries, according to police.
Hendrix was convicted last week in Yolo County of felony domestic violence.
Prosecutors said on two occasions in 2015, he strangled his girlfriend. He was scheduled to be sentenced in April and is facing nearly 14 years in state prison for that crime.
It remains unclear why he was not taken into custody after last week’s conviction.
Henrix has a prior felony strike for burglary and was also convicted of domestic violence in 2011 in Sacramento County.
On Friday, a Yolo County judge denied Hendrix bail. He has not entered a plea to the charges in connection with the deadly crash.
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