Rock Hill Man Charged with Felony DUI After Crash

ROCK HILL, S.C. (CN2 NEWS) – Two children and an adult are recovering after Rock Hill Police say a man driving under the influence crashed the SUV he was driving, hitting another vehicle.

According to police, they were called to the 1800 block of Ogden Road on Friday, December 30th at 1:25 PM for a traffic accident involving a Toyota SUV and Chevrolet sedan.

When officers arrived they located 39 year old Adrian Latwan Boyd on the ground in front of the Toyota, holding a toddler. Police say the toddler was unresponsive at the time and was being treated by EMS.

When officers got to the second vehicle, a female driver was found with a head injury, as well as a 10 year old child trapped in the Malibu, also with a head injury.

Police say officers could smell a strong odor of alcohol coming from Boyd’s breath and saw his speech was slurred. Boyd admitted to police he drank one beer.  Police say Boyd became unconscious while be treated by EMS.

After investigating, police say Body was traveling south on Ogden Road when he drove left of the double yellow pavement line into the opposing lane.  Boyd drifted off the left side of the roadway then came back onto the road striking the 2017 Chevrolet Malibu which was headed north.

Police say the impact caused Boyd’s vehicle to overturn before coming to rest on its tires. Officers also say Boyd and the toddler in the vehicle were not wearing seat belts.

Police say the driver of the Malibu had a broken leg and arm because of the collision. The child in the Malibu also suffered a broken leg and abdominal injuries.

The toddler in Boyd’s vehicle suffered abdominal and back injuries.

On Tuesday, January 3, 2023, after his medical treatment and release, Police say Adrian Boyd was arrested and charged with three counts of Felony DUI with Great Bodily Injury, Child Endangerment, Driving Under Suspension, and Violation of the Child Restraint law.

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