Charges have now been filed against a Marshall woman accused of causing a crash that killed a husband and wife earlier this year.

On Monday, the Battle Creek Enquirer says an arrest warrant was issued for 32-year-old Johanna Willis, for two counts of operating while intoxicated causing death, and for driving with a high blood alcohol level, falling under Michigan’s “super drunk” law. Police say that a vehicle, containing 41-year-old Keith Hendryx and 56-year-old Deborah Hendryx, had been turning at the intersection of Columbia Ave. and Riverside Dr. in Battle Creek, when an SUV driven by Willis ran a red light and caused a collision.

If Willis is convicted of all charges, she faces up to 15 years in prison.

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