Wilcox faces a 12 count indictment for allegedly striking two pedestrians

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The Harpursville man accused of hitting two Binghamton teenagers while driving high on drugs last month is being charged with aggravated vehicular homicide.

33-year-old Kevin Wilcox faces a 12 count indictment for allegedly driving his Jeep Wrangler onto the sidewalk on Beethoven Street and striking two female pedestrians while they were walking home from Rec Park on Monday afternoon, March 11th.

16-year-old Harper Stantz died of her injuries.

Her 19-year-old friend Britney Laserinko suffered serious injuries.

Among the charges are 3 counts of manslaughter, 3 counts of assault, driving while ability impaired by drugs, reckless driving, and reckless endangerment.

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