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Man charged in 2021 automobile loss of life
Police search whereabouts of Tyler Cordes, charged with homicide, manslaughter in loss of life of Drew Brown.
A Kenai Grand Jury on Wednesday charged a Homer man within the loss of life of passenger killed final yr from a truck crash. Tyler Cordes, 20, faces expenses of second-degree homicide, manslaughter, first-degree assault, third-degree assault, driving beneath the affect, reckless driving and reckless endangerment.
Based on a press launch, Cordes was the driving force of a GMC pickup truck that misplaced management on the Sterling Freeway close to Crittenden drive on Dec. 21, 2021. Homer Police mentioned the truck left the street and hit an influence pole. The collision threw Drew Brown, 25, out of the truck, killing him. Police mentioned roads had been slippery that evening. Three different folks additionally had been within the truck: two males then 19 and a lady then 19. None of them suffered life-threatening accidents. Police didn’t determine the driving force till this week.
Cordes has not but been arraigned on expenses. Police mentioned Cordes left Homer shortly after the crash. On Sept. 14, the courtroom issued a warrant for Cordes’ arrest. He’s believed to be dwelling within the Las Vegas, Nevada space.
Police ask anybody with info on Cordes’ whereabouts to contact them at 907-235-3150.
“Mr. Cordes, when you see this, (it’s) time to make a tough phone call to us,” the press launch mentioned.
Brown was the son of Kristen Fenske and Jim Brown, and graduated in 2015 from Homer Excessive Faculty. His household described him as a gifted athlete, and mentioned he excelled at hockey, basketball and soccer, and likewise performed soccer,volleyball and disc golf
“Drew was the quintessential teammate, and his spirit and tenacity inspired all those who battled alongside him,” his household wrote in his obituary.
It is a creating story.
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