Man Hit With 16-Count Indictment In Deadly February Wreck On Esplanade Ave.

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The man at the wheel of a Camaro who was involved in a deadly Mardi Gras season hit-and-run in New Orleans is facing more than a dozen criminal charges.

The Orleans Parish District Attorney's office says a grand jury returned a 16-count indictment yesterday against Tashonty Toney, two of those counts accusing him of vehicular homicide.

An investigation determined that Toney was legally drunk when he plowed into a group of bicyclists the night of the Endymion parade, killing two people and injuring seven others.

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