A 21-year-old woman, accused of killing two Pennsylvania State Troopers and a civilian in a DUI accident, seemingly bragged about being the “best drunk driver” ever in a previous social media post, FOX 29 reported.
The suspect, identified as Jayana Tanae Webb, faces a slew of charges in connection with last week’s fatal drunk driving incident. The charges include three counts of third-degree murder, three counts of homicide by vehicle while driving under the influence, and two counts of second-degree manslaughter of a law enforcement officer.
The state troopers Webb allegedly struck and killed while driving an SUV were identified as 33-year-old Martin F. Mack and Branden T. Sisca, 29. The civilian casualty was identified as 28-year-old Reyes Rivera Oliveras.
Authorities said the law enforcement officials were helping Oliveras on the I-95 in Philadelphia when Webb struck all of them. The deceased troopers had responded to the scene after authorities received a report of Oliveras walking on the passing lane of the highway. Webb allegedly struck and killed the three men while the law enforcement officials were leading Oliveras to their patrol car, FOX 29 reported.
The three victims were pronounced dead at the scene. Officials said Webb’s blood alcohol content was over double the legal limit. And Webb, who was arrested in the aftermath of the incident, is said to have seemingly bragged about her drunk-driving prowess in a previous Twitter post.
“If you ask me, I’m the best drunk driver ever,” the January post reads.
Moments before the fatal crash, a law enforcement source told the news outlet that Webb’s vehicle had been pulled over by state police. But that traffic stop ended up being brief as troopers had to respond to calls about a civilian walking on the I-95.
Webb has been ordered held without bail.