Victor Dunkelberger, 33, of Rocklin, Calif, died in an Aug. 11 crash south of Jordan Valley. A Malheur County grand jury issued an indictment Thursday that charges Jaila Aguilera-Pinder, of Las Vegas, with felony counts of first and second-degree manslaughter and negligent homicide. (The Enterprise/file).
VALE – A Las Vegas woman has been indicted on charges stemming from a head-on crash south of Jordan Valley that killed a California man in August.
A Malheur County grand jury issued the indictment Thursday, charging Jaila Aguilera-Pinder, 19, with felony counts of first and second-degree manslaughter and negligent homicide. She also faces misdemeanor charges of fourth-degree assault and reckless driving.
Victor Dunkelberger, 33, of Rocklin, Calif., died in the crash.
An arrest warrant was issued Friday for Aguilera-Pinder, with bail set at $500 . . .