Spring, Texas – The man responsible for causing a deadly crash on the Grand Parkway back in December 2018 has been sentenced to prison on two counts of manslaughter.
Charles Glaze, 54, entered a guilty plea and was sentenced to 15 years in prison for each count of manslaughter.
Witnesses say Glaze crossed the median into oncoming traffic and hit a metal guard rail, which sent the vehicle airborne and struck four vehicles traveling eastbound on the Grand Parkway.
Two people were pronounced deceased on the scene; Michael Brown and Linda Fuggiti.
He was wearing an ankle monitor when he crashed, and investigators said he had just left the probation office. According to Officials, Glaze was out on bond at the time of the crash, for an unrelated 2017 case in Montgomery County where he was charged with aggravated kidnapping and aggravated robbery. Those charges are still pending.
Glaze reportedly told authorities he didn’t know what happened before the deadly crash. Prosecutors said that he was driving 95 MPH at the time of the crash.