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CONROE MAN INDICTED ON INTOXICATION MANSLAUGHTER

Just before midnight, on January 17, 2019, DPS was dispatched to a head-on crash with a possible fatality on Calvary Road about a mile west of I-45 in the Willis area. Units arrived on scene to find 3 vehicles with heavy damage and victims trapped. North Montgomery County Fire worked first on a Kia Rio in which the driver, Kaitlin Vogt, and an infant were entrapped. They were transported in stable condition. The Vogt suffered severe leg injuries. They then went to work on a Land Cruiser with a female driver and a male passenger identified as James Bundscho. The driver was transported in stable condition, however, Bundscho, was in critical condition. The driver of the Dodge Journey identified as Kevin Cunningham was critical and transported to the hospital. According to DPS Vogt was eastbound on Calvary Road. The Land Cruiser with Bundscho in it was westbound on Calvary. Cunningham, who was driving the Dodge Journey was traveling at a high rate of speed passing the Land Cruiser just past the bridge. As he did this he slammed into the Kia head-on. The KIA was thrown to the ditch on the south side of the roadway. The Journey came to rest in the middle of the road. The Land Cruiser left the roadway and traveled along the fenceline ripping it out. The Land Cruiser struck a utility pole snapping it off at its base. The pole was then ripped away from the 7,500 volt overhead powerlines. The pole fell to the ground without the wires falling or power being disrupted. Company Officials with the power company said they had never seen that before. The Montgomery County District Attorneys Office Vehicular Crimes Unit assisted DPS in the investigation. On March 12, 2019, James Bundscho passed away from his injuries. After reviewing toxicology reports the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office file Intoxication Manslaughter on Cunningham for the death of James Bundscho. In addition, they filed Intoxication Assault on Cunningham for the serious injuries Vogt received in the crash. Cunningham is currently out on bond. Cunningham has had multiple arrests in over the past few years. In 2005 he was convicted in Trinity County of Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. He also had several arrests in Montgomery County.
8/11/11-POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE-6 MONTHS STATE JAIL
5/5/12-CRIMINAL MISCHIEF $50 TO $500-
11/21/13-NO LIABILITY INSURANCE-
4/6/14-NO DRIVERS LICENSE-
6/25/14-ESCAPE FROM CUSTODY-
11/13/16-ASSAULT/FAMILY VIOLENCE-IMPEDE BREATHING
3/26/19-INTOXICATION ASSAULT FOR THE CALVARY ROAD CRASH
7/10/19 INTOXICATION MANSLAUGHTER

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  1. whistlebriges

    OH NO, NOW THE BLACK COMMUNITY IS GONNA YELL DISCRIMANATION BECAUSE HE IS BEING CHARGED WITH SOMETHING HE REALLY DIDN’T MEAN TO DO.

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