Olivia Carolee Culbreath, 21, allegedly killed six people over the weekend in Southern California after drunkenly speeding down a freeway on the wrong side of the road. Among the dead were four people traveling in another car and Culbreath’s two passengers, including her own sister, Maya, reports The Los Angeles Times.
The crash happened at 4:40 a.m. on Sunday February 9 in Diamond Bar, California and involved Culbreath speeding at around 100 miles per hour. She has been charged with six counts of murder:
She had just got her license cleared following a string of traffic violations that included a DUI conviction from when she was just 16. In 2010, she managed two traffic offenses, losing her license, her license was then reinstated in 2011, but revoked again a couple of months later due to accumulation of points. In November 2013, she had been due to appear in court on a charge of using her cellphone while driving, she failed to show. She had a restriction-free license as of last week.
Culbreath’s sister, Maya, who perished in Sunday morning’s 100 miles per hour crash, also had a DUI conviction which resulted in her losing her license in May 2013. According to Maya Culbreath’s Facebook page, she had a young family with two children.