College of the Canyons: Friends, Family Gather at COC to Honor Commerce Crash Victims
Dozens of friends and family members attended a vigil at College of the Canyons Honor Grove Wednesday night to honor the victims of a fatal crash that claimed the lives of three people, including two young COC students, last weekend.
Dealio Lockhart, 35, has been charged with second degree murder in the alleged street racing crash that killed College of the Canyons student Michelle Littlefield, 19, Brian Lewandowksi, 18, and a 35-year-old UPS driver named Scott Treadway. He is scheduled to be arraigned late Tuesday afternoon in Department 30 at the Foltz Criminal Justice Center. Prosecutors will ask that bail be set at $3.2 million.
Lockhart is charged with three counts of second-degree murder and four counts of reckless driving on a highway causing a specified injury. If convicted, he faces up to life in state prison.
One of the drivers is still at-large in connection with the crash that also left Anthony Miramontes and Alfonso Morillo in critical condition at a local hospital.
Littlefield, Lewandowski, Miramontes and Morillo all worked together at Six Flags Magic Mountain and were on their way home from a day at Disneyland when the crash occurred.
Brian Lewandoski’s funeral will be held Thursday, March 3 at St John De La Salle in Granda Hills at 10 a.m. Michelle Littlefield’s funeral will be held Tuesday, March 8 at 3 p.m. at Eternal Valley.
The case remains under investigation by the California Highway Patrol.(c) 2016 SCVTV