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Clarksville’s Charlie Sabb pleas guilty to 2013 Fatal Vehicle Collision

Clarksville Police Department - CPDClarksville, TN – On Friday, October 16th, 2015, 19-year-old Charlie Sabb made an open guilty plea to numerous charges.

Sabb was sentenced to serve on the following charges: Vehicular Homicide – 3 years to serve, Aggravated Assault – 2 years to serve, Aggravated Assault  – 2 years to serve, Leaving the scene death – 1 year to serve, and False reports –  2 years to serve.

Charles Sabb

In an unrelated case, Sabb also was sentenced to 1 year to serve for forgery.

All sentences are to run concurrent. For confinement sentences, 30% of the time must be served before the individual is eligible for parole.

On December 10th, 2013 at around 10:30pm, a 2008 Ford Explorer was stolen in the area of Lafayette Road from an unknown location. The 2008 Explorer was occupied by two suspects; one black female with long straight hair (front passenger), and another unknown subject.

The 2008 Explorer was driven at a high rate of speed south on Kelsey Drive, where it collided with a 2003 Buick Regal that was backing from a private drive.

The Regal was operated by Tyjuan Northington (24), who was transported to Vanderbilt University Medical Center in critical condition, a juvenile passenger was taken to Gateway Medical Center, and passenger, Danielle Hutchinson (19), died of injuries sustained in the collision.


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