JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - The man charged with DUI manslaughter in the crash that killed a 12-year-old in April pleaded not guilty Monday at his arraignment.
Investigators said Stanley Jefson, 52, was more than three times over the legal limit, and going 120 mph in a 30 mph zone at the time of the crash that killed Savannah Pfeiffer in Arlington.
He's facing a total of 24 charges.
Jefson, who's being held without bond, will be back in court Aug. 12.
Rescuers had to cut the occupants out of one of four cars involved in a crash in Arlington late Friday afternoon.
Police said Jefson had a blood alcohol level of .279, three times the legal limit, and also had Xanax in his system. Investigators said he blamed others for not getting out of his way.
Eight others besides Pfeiffer and Jefson were injured in the crash.
Pfeiffer died a week after the crash from blunt force trauma to the head.
Jefson had three previous arrests on DUI charges.
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