After causing a six-vehicle wreck on an I-526 overpass, including injuries to three and the death of MUSC student Lauren Elyse Baccari, Arnold Bradford Williams was charged with reckless homicide and put in jail with bail set at $100,000.
Williams was originally charged with felony DUI, but the charge was then overturned after further review by the North Charleston Police Department.
Baccari, 27, was driving in traffic at the I-526 interchange at Rivers Avenue when her Acura was pinned under Williams' skidding 18-wheel truck. Both her body and her car were deemed unrecognizable, save a new wedding ring on her finger.
Three others were sent to the hospital, including one person who suffered a broken nose and other bone fractures from the accident.