G. McConway
September 17, 2022

Woman Charged with Homicide Set Free on Bail

There was a time in this country when killing a cop meant you never left the cell unless you were headed to court.

That is not the case in John Fetterman’s Pennsylvania.

After allegedly striking and killing two PA State Troopers and a 28-year-old civilian, Jayana T. Webb is back on the street.

Let Her Free

Webb has been accused of striking and killing Pennsylvania State Troopers Martin F. Mack III, 33, and Branden T. Sisca, 29, as well as 28-year-old Reyes Rivera Oliveras on I-95 near the Broad Street exit on March 21.

The bond for the case was set at $200,000 per life.

Webb posted the $60,000 and was set free on bail.

When Webb was arrested, her BAC was twice the legal limit of .08.

She had been pulled over by the Troopers when they received the call that Oliveras was walking along the highway.

As they tried to get Oliveras into their patrol car, Webb tried to flee the scene and allegedly stuck all three men, killing them all.

Her attorney called it an “accident,” but I would beg to differ.

Webb is now facing charges of DUI, homicide by vehicle while driving under the influence, homicide by vehicle, second-degree manslaughter of a law enforcement officer, involuntary manslaughter, recklessly endangering another person, driving under the influence and summary traffic violations, including failing to drive at a safe speed, careless driving, and reckless driving.

But hey, while three families are mourning, she gets to go home and hang out with her family and play video games.

That sounds fair, right?

Source: Fox News


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