A woman will stand trial in a fatal crash that killed a 19-year-old woman and injured her 15-year-old brother following a short police chase.
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The determination was made following a Wednesday morning preliminary hearing for Alyssa Verbeke.
During the hearing, police dash cam video was shown that showed the chase and crash. Warren police officers testified that a woman seen jumping out of the driver's side window of the car that caused the crash was Verbeke.
Officers also testified she was taken into custody following a short police chase.
During the hearing, police officers also testified that Verbeke has drug paraphernalia and a substance tested positive for cocaine in her purse at the time of the crash.
Officers also testified follow up testing also found traces of drugs in her system.
Nineteen-year-old Daziah Crawford was killed Sunday, Aug. 5 while driving with her 15-year-old brother.
Warren Police said their officer spotted Verbeke at 8 Mile and Fairport. She has a lengthy criminal record and has warrants out for her arrest. Police say Verbeke took off and a chase ensued. It ended when Verbeke t-boning Crawford and her brother at Airport and Lappin.
Verbeke has been charged with reckless driving causing death, and drug possession charges. She was ordered held on $500,000 bond.