Charges filed in Orange County street racing crash

A skid mark shows where a car crashed in Orange County. (Paul Furr)
May 14, 2014 11:12:36 AM PDT
The North Carolina Highway Patrol has filed charges against three teens in a fatal Orange County street racing crash in April.

Kameron Clevenger, 19, of Stonewall Drive, Mebane is charged with pre-arranged speed competition, misdemeanor death by vehicle, careless and reckless driving, and misdemeanor child abuse.

McCray Williams, 16, of Payne Road, Graham, is charged with aid, abet pre-arranged speed competition.

Pavel Jones, 18, of South 4th Street, Mebane, is charged with spontaneous speed competition and careless and reckless driving

The crash happened just before 3 p.m. April 2 on Lebanon Rd. near Mill Creek Rd. in Orange County.

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Troopers said 16-year-old Desmond Piccini of Mebane was driving a 1989 Ford Mustang east on Lebanon Rd. when the car travelled onto the eastbound shoulder.

Piccini apparently overcorrected, causing the car to cross the center line onto the westbound shoulder, where it hit a rock wall and overturned.

Piccini was killed. Williams was a passenger in the car and suffered minor injuries.

ABC11 archives show that Williams was also a passenger in another fatal car accident in January 2013, that killed two other teenagers. That crash also involved alleged street racing.

Piccini was a junior and baseball player at Eastern Alamance High School.


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