Michigan man charged in fatal Ohio wrong-way crash

TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — A man from southeastern Michigan has been indicted in Ohio for a wrong-way crash that killed a 26-year-old man late last year.

A Lucas County grand jury on Wednesday indicted Adam Tunison, who is from LaSalle, Mich., about 15 miles north of Toledo. The 41-year-old Tunison is charged with aggravated vehicular homicide for the Dec. 25 early morning crash on Interstate 75 near Toledo.

The indictment accuses Tunison of reckless and drunken driving when his car crashed head-on into another car on Interstate 75, killing Juan Garcia Jr.

A message was left at a phone listing for Tunison. Court records didn’t list an attorney for him.

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