Joshua Alan Mann, 39, of 10374 FM 149 in Montgomery has been charged with two counts of intoxicated assault with a motor vehicle and one count of intoxicated manslaughter with a vehicle. Law enforcement on the scene recovered an array of medications from Mann’s truck after the crash. Amanda Tomkivits of Navasota died at the scene. Justice of the Peace Wayne Mack responded and ordered an autopsy. Injured were Ashley Jones and Janet Sunday. Mann remains in the Montgomery County Jail on $300,000 in bonds.
Just before 1 pm Sunday, a call for a head-on crash on SH 105 just west of downtown Montgomery in front of the Montgomery Cowboy Church was called into 911 dispatchers. First units arrived to find a Dodge pickup with heavy damage in the eastbound shoulder the driver suffered lacerations. In the ditch on the north side of the road was a KIA with severe damage and 3 victims trapped. The driver was transported in critical condition to the hospital, the passenger was also critical and the front seat passenger was deceased on the scene. Montgomery Police was assisted by DPS and the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office. The investigation continues to determine if charges will be filed.
LAW ENFORCEMENT IS ASKING FOR ANYONE WHO MAY HAVE WITNESSED THIS CRASH TO CONTACT MONTGOMERY POLICE DEPARTMENT