PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) — The woman, who is accused of beating and killing two Pennsylvania state police officers and a pedestrian earlier this year, pleaded not guilty in court on Wednesday.
Police say Jayana Webb was allegedly under the influence of alcohol when she struck Soldiers Martin Mack and Branden Sisca and a pedestrian identified as 28-year-old Reyes Rivera Oliveras.
The accident happened on March 21 on Interstate 95.
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Before the fatal accident, Webb was reportedly driving about 110 miles per hour and was pulled over by the two soldiers. It was revealed in court that the officers left Webb when they received a call for a pedestrian on the freeway. Then, 15 minutes later, authorities said Webb clashed with the soldiers supporting Oliveras at the side of the road.
Webb told officers she was checking her phone to see what exit she was taking when she heard a “boom.”
Her blood alcohol concentration was 0.211% and Webb was seen on surveillance video dodging, investigators said.
The action cam was there as Webb exited the courthouse after Wednesday’s pretrial hearing.
She is charged with triple third-degree murder, manslaughter, murder by vehicle, DUI and other related offenses.
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