Officials have charged a man from Ohio with hitting and causing fatal personal injuries to two South Carolina motorcyclists in a crash in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in 2008.
According to a December 1 statement from Edward Ryan, the U.S. Attorney in Asheville, 74-year-old Cincinnati resident Clyde Grubbs was charged in November with misdemeanor death by vehicle and driving left of center.
According to a report in The Asheville Citizen-Times, Grubbs has been accused of killing 55-year-old Belton, South Carolina residents Charles Earl Bolt and Diane K. Bolt in August 2008.
Grubbs is to appear in U.S. District Court in Asheville on December 14. He faces a maximum penalty of six months in prison.
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