Oct 02, 2015 - SUSPECTED DRUNK DRIVER IN CRASH THAT KILLED THREE KIDS IN VAUGHAN REMANDED IN CUSTODY UNTIL BAIL HEARING [Neville-Lake Family]


An accused drunk driver involved in a Toronto-area crash that claimed the lives of three children and their grandfather has been remanded in custody until his bail hearing on Oct. 19.

Marco Muzzo, 29, was in handcuffs when he entered the courtroom wearing jeans and a black short-sleeved shirt overtop a white one. He glanced at his fiancee — whom he was scheduled to marry on Oct. 17 — but did not speak during the hearing.

His mother Dawn Muzzo and other family members were accompanied inside the Newmarket, Ont., courthouse by men who appeared to be security guards, and were escorted out by police officers who cleared a path to the family’s cars.

Dawn Muzzo, second from left, exits the courthouse in Newmarket, Ont., after a court hearing for her son Marco Muzzo

A woman shouted “Justice!” at the family as they got into their vehicles.

Outside the courthouse, Muzzo’s high-powered defence lawyer, Brian Greenspan, said his client wants to express his condolences to the family of the victims following the crash in Vaughan, Ont., on Sunday.

“Marco is, first of all, devastated by the horrific loss of life and has expressed to me on numerous occasions his condolences and sympathy to the family. This is obviously a tragic situation,” he said.

Source: National Post


 

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