Bradley Rein, who allegedly crashed his SUV into an Apple Store in Massachusetts in November 2021, was indicted Tuesday. He faces second-degree murder, assault and other charges, a new report said.
The crash in Hingham, Massachusetts, killed one person and injured 22 others.
Driver in Apple Store crash faces 2nd-degree murder, vehicular homicide and assault charges
The violent crash occurred at the Apple Derby Street location. Rein told police his foot became stuck on the accelerator pedal, causing the incident, the district attorney said at the time.
Now the DA has charged Rein with one count of second-degree murder and one count of motor vehicle homicide by reckless operation, Boston.com reported.
A grand jury voted to “indict Rein on reckless operation of a motor vehicle, 18 counts of aggravated assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, and four counts of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.”
Previously, Rein pleaded not guilty to a charge of reckless homicide by motor vehicle.
Man Indicted On Charges In Hingham Apple Store Crash That Killed One, Injured 22 Others pic.twitter.com/VpydqLXOqK
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