SEYMOUR, Tenn. (AP) - A Sevier County grand jury has indicted a Seymour man in a church van crash that killed two people and injured others.
Investigators said 21-year-old Tyler James Schaeffer was apparently high on bath salts when his car hit a Cedar Grove Baptist Church van returning to Maryville from a trip on Sept. 16. The crash killed 16-year-old Courteney Kaliszewski and the van driver, 45-year Jeffrey Trussell.
According to The Mountain Press (http://bit.ly/RZIaGV ), the indictment was returned this week, charging Schaeffer with vehicular homicide, reckless aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, DUI, and possession of drugs.
Schaeffer was jailed on an earlier charge when released from a hospital. There is no jail record of an attorney for him.
Troopers found a white powder in Schaeffer's car contained methylone.
Information from: The Mountain Press, http://www.themountainpress.com
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