Farmingdale woman facing manslaughter charge for New Year's Day crash
PORTLAND (WGME) -- A Farmingdale woman now faces a manslaughter charge for a deadly crash that happened on New Year’s Day.
The 30 year-old made her first court appearance Friday morning.
Sarah Clark was arraigned Friday morning in Androscoggin County Superiour Court.
She faces manslaughter, aggravated criminal operating under the influence and driving to endanger.
The charges stem from a crash that happened early New Year's Day morning in Livermore that killed 41-year-old Shawn Berry.
Police say Berry was a passenger in a car driven by 37-year-old Brady Romano of Livermore Falls.
When Berry became sick, Romano pulled over on the side of Route 4.
They say Clark slammed into the back their car.
Berry died from the injuries he sustained in the crash.
In Maine a manslaughter conviction is punishable by up to 30 years in prison; aggravated criminal OUI, 10 years; and driving to endanger, five years.