QUINCY (WGEM) — A Quincy woman facing four counts of first-degree murder after a fatal car crash in August appeared in Adams County Court Wednesday with the council and was informed of her arraignment date.
Natasha McBride, 36, was shackled and wearing a black and white jail-issued jumpsuit as Judge Robert Adrian informed her and her public defender Todd Nelson of her September 9 arraignment date on charges of first-degree murder, reckless homicide, leaving the scene of a personal injury accident and driving while license revoked.
Police said on Friday, August 14, McBride was driving at a very high rate of speed, failed to stop at the stoplight at 4th and Broadway, and struck a vehicle driven Stephen Hendricks, 61, of Rushville, Illinois.
Hendricks was transported to Blessing Hospital with moderate injuries.
Police said Hendricks' wife, Jennifer, 54, of Rushville, and their grandson four-year-old Archer Corrick of Kirksville, Missouri, were pronounced dead at the scene.
Their other grandchildren, six-year-old Dakota Corrick of Kirksville was pronounced dead at Blessing Hospital and 21-month-old Ransom Corrick of Kirksville was pronounced dead at Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital.
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