Deadly Henrietta crash in front of the grand jury

January 08, 2019 06:57 PM

News10NBC investigators found out the case of the driver of that deadly crash in Henrietta is in front of the grand jury. 

Jordin Campbell was charged with vehicular manslaughter, vehicular assault and DWI. Because the grand jury has the case, Campbell's hearing scheduled for Wednesday is canceled. 


On Tuesday, News10NBC obtained the criminal complaint against Campbell. 

It says Campbell was the driver of the car that was speeding down Clay Road and crashed into the barrier wall along I-390.

As News10NBC showed you first last week, security camera video shows how fast the car was going. The court paperwork does not say what the exact speed was, but it was fast enough to plow through a concrete wall.  

The report does say Campbell was intoxicated either by drugs, alcohol or a combination of both and it has details on the passengers who were hurt. 

Audrey Porter, 21, was thrown out of the car from the back seat. The report says she suffered a fractured skull and a brain injury. 

Her friend, Shadam Islam, remained in the car after the impact but the report says he hurt his hand so badly that doctors had to amputate part of one of his fingers. 

The crash did kill one of Campbell's friends going back to high school in Spencerport. Anthony Mykins was thrown out of the car from the sun roof and his life ended along the highway late Thursday night. 

On Monday, News10NBC showed you Google map images that showed that the 390 barrier wall was damaged before the crash.

On Tuesday, the Monroe County Sheriff's Office said the broken wall "has no bearing on the criminal investigation." 


Berkeley Brean

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