JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - A teenage driver who police said caused the accident that killed a vice president of a Jackson bank last year won't face any charges in the death.
According to WLBT News, the girl was ticketed for misdemeanor driving without insurance and no driver's license.
Witnesses told police at the time of the Aug. 25 crash it appeared the girl may have been texting or looking down.
Forty-5-year-old William H. "Bill" Lofton died in the accident.
It was expected the case would be presented to a Hinds County grand jury to determine if an indictment should be handed down. But Hinds County District Attorney Robert Shuler Smith said
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