Clark County (WQOW) – Sentencing will be in October for a man whose passenger died in a drunk driving crash in Clark County.
Steven Faber, from Chili WI, pleaded guilty Wednesday to homicide by drunk driving. Andy Mallory died in the March crash near Granton.
Witnesses said Faber’s truck cut off a driver, then swerved around several horse and buggies, before going out of control and rolling several times.
Faber’s blood alcohol level was three-times above the legal limit.
Posted May 2017
Clark County (WQOW) – A Clark County man faces homicide charges after a crash that killed his passenger.
Steven Faber, from Chili, Wis., is charged with homicide by drunk driving for the March crash that killed Andy Mallory.
Witnesses said Faber’s truck cut off one driver, then swerved around several horse and buggies before crashing. Clark County investigators said Faber admitted he was driving and that he had been drinking.
When asked how much he had to drink they said he replied, "More than I should have”. They said his blood alcohol level was nearly three times the legal limit.
Faber is due in court a week from Friday.