Metrobus Driver Arrested on Homicide Charge in 2008 Collision

A 40-year-old Metrobus driver was arrested while on the job today and charged with negligent homicide in the death of a California man in D.C. in 2008, the Washington Examiner reports.

Ronald Taylor was indicted on the charge by a Grand Jury Tuesday. He is suspected of running a red light and crashing into a taxi carrying Bartlett Tabor, 55, and his family. The Tabors were visiting D.C. from Alamo, Calif. and were on their way to the airport when the collision took place, the Examiner reported.

Taylor is expected in court May 10 for arraignment.

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