Updated:BOSTON (MyFoxBoston.com) -- An Allston man was arraigned Monday for his alleged role in a June crash that killed a Brookline couple.
Mohamed Alfageeh was indicted last week by a Suffolk County Grand Jury investigating the deaths of Jessica Campbell and John Lanzillotti. He is charged with two counts of motor vehicle homicide and one count of negligent operation of a motor vehicle.
Alfageeh is accused of hitting the couple on June 21 near the intersection of Beacon and Fairfield streets in Boston. Prosecutors say he ran a red light, hit another vehicle, and then slid into the couple, killing them. Alfageeh's Ford Explorer ended up on its roof.
Alfageeh's wife was initially charged with the vehicular homicide, but those charges were dropped.
Weeks of investigation led to the indictment and Monday's arraignment of the 30-year-old father of four.
Campbell and Lanzillotti's friends and family sat directly in front of Alfageeh's supporters.Lanzillotti worked as the manager of Red Sox productions and game operations. Campbell was a retail senior analyst at Kantar Retails.
Alfageeh was held on $10,000 bail and ordered to surrender his passport.
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