|Published: 8:56 AM, 06/26/2013
||Last updated: 8:56 AM, 06/26/2013
Author: Michael Thomason
Source: The Monroe County Advocate
MADISONVILLE-A Madisonville man
received a 10-year sentence after he pleaded guilty to vehicular
homicide in Monroe County Criminal Court Monday.
The charge stemmed from a one car wreck
on Feb. 13 after Daniel Ray Loyola wrecked his car on Hiwassee Road
and fled the scene. A passenger in the car later died.
Madisonville Police Sgt. Adam Russell
said the wreck happened around 11:18 p.m. and he arrived to find a
black vehicle sitting sideways in the road with major damage. Adams
said the car left the road, went into a ditch, hit a tree and came to
a stop back on the road.
The passenger, identified as Raymond
Perlaki, was still in the car, but witnesses said the driver had
jumped out and ran. Russell said he yelled at the fleeing man, but he
Other officers gave chase and Officer
David Wear eventually brought Loyola, 22, Budd Street, back to the
See full story in the Wednesday, June 26, edition of The Advocate & Democrat.
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