A man has been charged in a high-speed crash in Northeast Philadelphia last summer that killed three people and left a car split in half.
Twenty-year-old Christopher Bloomfield, who was arrested over the weekend, was charged with three counts each of vehicular homicide and aggravated assault while driving under the influence. He was held in lieu of $2 million bail pending a March 9 hearing.
Seventeen-year-old Sabrina Rhoads, 17-year-old Yvette Gonzalez and 20-year-old Felipe Hernandez died in the July crash. Another 17-year-old was critically injured.
The Defender Association of Philadelphia could not immediately provide the name of an attorney who could offer comment on the charges.
Police said Monday that an arrest warrant had been issued for another 20-year-old man suspected of having driven a vehicle racing with Bloomfield’s car.