By David Boroff: A badly-burned Pennsylvania man who authorities say was high on marijuana and drunk when he caused a fiery crash that killed three people in May has turned himself in.
Terrell Barclay, 28, slammed into parked vehicles in Bethlehem Township, killing his three passengers. Several cars caught fire in the crash, which occured a few moments after a police officer saw Barclay speeding past, according to the Morning Call.
Barclay survived the horrific wreck that killed 28-year-old Joshua Edwards, 26-year-old Amanda Martin and 29-year-old Ashlee Mosher, but he was in a medically-induced coma for two months.
He then spent time in a rehab center, which he departed before charges were filed. Barclay surrendered and was arraigned on Wednesday.
Investigators believe he was driving up to 100 miles per hour before the May 6 crash, the newspaper reported. His blood-alcohol was just under .20 and twice the legal limit, and he tested positive for an active chemical in pot.
In addition, cops found marijuana on his person and a stolen gun in his mangled car.
Barclay, who has a long arrest history, was hit with several charges, including homicide by vehicle while under the influence.