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Woman high on Cocaine and Fentanyl crashed Car that killed 1 in Smyrna

Woman high on Cocaine and Fentanyl crashed Car that killed 1 in Smyrna

Smyrna, GA: A woman from Marietta is facing vehicular homicide charges in a fatal crash in Smyrna that occurred on October 20. According to police, she was under the influence of cocaine, marijuana, and fentanyl at the time of the incident.

The crash that resulted in one person’s death and three others’ significant injuries is alleged by 34-year-old Sandrika Brock, who is wanted for several lesser offenses, including first-degree vehicular homicide, three counts of serious injury by vehicle, and driving under the influence.

On October 20, 2023, at around 11 p.m., Brock was allegedly the cause of a collision while driving a 2008 Nissan Sentra westbound on Windy Hill Road, southeast of Dobbins Air Reserve Base, according to the warrant issued by the Smyrna Police Department.

The warrant states that Brock increased his speed, changed lanes, turned left, and exited the inside lane of the westbound Windy Hill Road. He continued driving westbound in the eastbound lane until he collided with Jose Cuellar’s eastbound Kia Sportage.

According to the warrant, Brock’s speed was around 66 mph and Cuellar’s was 36 mph. In addition to Leonard Johnson’s death and Brock’s boyfriend and front-seat passenger Aaron Thedford’s critical injuries, the warrant states that Jose and Maria Cuellar were both severely hurt in the collision.

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Neither Johnson’s connection to Brock nor any of the other victims’ identities are revealed in the warrant, nor is the vehicle in which he was riding.

As Brock informed the authorities, The warrant stated that Thedford seized the steering wheel and pushed the vehicle into oncoming traffic.

In their response to that allegation in the warrant, the police stated that all evidence indicates that Brock did not take any protective actions and actually accelerated as the vehicle approached Jose Cuellar’s car.

According to the warrant, Brock admitted to police that “she’mashed the gas pedal,'” and a toxicology report conducted following the accident confirmed the presence of cocaine, fentanyl, and THC (the primary psychoactive component in cannabis).

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Brock was not only not wearing a seatbelt when the accident happened, but her warrant also showed that she was driving without insurance.

Records from the Cobb County Sheriff’s Office show that Brock was taken into custody without bond after being entered into the Cobb County Adult Detention Center on March 13.

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