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driver jailed from 2010 crash that killed child

Just after 8:00p.m. Saturday, November 13, 2010 MCHD was dispatched to the intersection of Riley Fuzzell Road at Spring Trails Ridge for a major accident. On arrival they found Blue Honda mini-van had been struck in the rear by a silver Dodge mini-van.

In the Honda van was the driver identified as Andrew Warner, age 30. His wife Elizabeth, age 29 and their 3-year-old son Jackson. Also sitting in a child safety seat was their daughter 17-month-old Taylor Grace Warner.

The silver van was driven by Moses Sepulveda, age 20. In the front passenger seat was Corazon Vargas, age 20 and their 9-month-old son in a child safety seat in the back seat.

According to investigators Andrew Warner was in the left turn lane waiting to turn into the Subdivision. As Sepulveda southbound looked into the back seat at the baby and drifted into the turn lane striking the Warner van in the rear and pushing it over one hundred feet.

With the impact it appeared the front seat of the Warner van broke backwards striking the 17-month in the head. The baby was flown by Life Flight to Herman Hospital in Houston in critical condition. The child’s mother Elizabeth was transported to Hermann Hospital in Houston by Cypress Creek EMS.

Little 17-month-old Taylor Grace  passed away at Hermann Hospital.

Tuesday, Moses Sepulveda, 21 of 4414 Enchanted Gate Drive in Spring and the driver of the vehicle which struck the Warner van killing the Warners child , was arrested by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office. He is being charged with Criminal Negligent Homicide and Tampering with Physical Evidence. The tampering came about from Sepulveda, as the indictment stated, the driver, who was under 21, a minor in possession of alcohol and under the influence did alter, destroy or conceal a bottle. A large glass beer bottle, with the intent to impair it’s availability as evidence in any subsequent investigation of or official proceeding related to the offense.





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