A Hamilton man who was charged final month with the demise of his 2-yr-previous son in a automotive crash is now additionally dealing with drug-associated fees, NBC 10 reported.
Christopher Kuhn, 27, of Hamilton sped away from a Walmart parking zone in decrease Bucks County, Pa. on Oct. three, police stated. Together with his son in tow, Kuhn had allegedly simply shoplifted a $228 Vizio sound bar from the shop, and was fleeing the potential for arrest.
Down the road from the shop, Kuhn ran a pink mild and collided with one other car.
Kuhn’s 2-yr-previous son, with whom Kuhn had restricted visitation rights, was not strapped into a automotive seat and was ejected from the car.
Kuhn allegedly exited his car – paused to take a look at his mortally wounded son on the bottom – and fled to close by woods, witnesses informed police.
The kid was pronounced lifeless from his accidents.
At a Bucks County courtroom look Tuesday, NBC 10 reported, prosecutors mentioned a newly-launched toxicology report that confirmed Kuhn was underneath the affect of oxycodone and marijuana through the incident. Prosecutors are including driving whereas intoxicated fees to Kuhn’s case as properly, the report stated.
Kuhn stays within the Bucks County Jail on $5 million money bail.
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