KALKASKA, Mich. (AP) — A driver who authorities say was involved in a two-van crash that killed a 31-year-old high school golf coach, an 18-year-old player and a passenger has been arraigned on manslaughter charges.
Rhonda Mitchell of Kalkaska faces three counts of manslaughter with a motor vehicle, three counts of a moving violation causing death and one count of child abuse.
The Traverse City Record-Eagle reports Mitchell was arraigned Monday in 87th District Court.
It wasn't clear if the 45-year-old has a lawyer.
Three people died, and six, including Mitchell, were hurt in the April 29 crash in Kalkaska County.
A police investigation shows both Mitchell and Grayling High School golf coach Jason Potter were at fault.
A pretrial hearing is scheduled for July 31 and a preliminary examination for Aug. 5.