BACK IN BROOKLYN: Hit-run suspect arrives in Williamsburg after Pa. arrest
A man arrested in connection with a car crash that killed a pregnant woman, her husband and eventually their newborn arrived back in Brooklyn on Thursday, a day after surrendering in Pennsylvania.
Julio Acevedo arrived at a Brooklyn police precinct hours after waiving extradition. The 44-year-old surrendered to police in the parking lot of a Bethlehem, Pa., convenience store on Wednesday evening.
Acevedo was arrested on a charge of leaving the scene of an accident but could face more serious charges. He was expected to appear in court in Brooklyn later Thursday.
He was accused of barreling down a Williamsburg street at 60 mph early Sunday and crashing into a hired car carrying Nachman and Raizy Glauber, both 21, who died Sunday. Their premature son, delivered by cesarean section, died Monday. The hired car had a stop sign, though it’s not clear whether the driver stopped.