Hearing for ex-officer charged in deadly high-speed crash rescheduled
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) - The case against a former Memphis police officer charged in a deadly high-speed crash was pushed back Monday.
Antonio Marshall, 27, is charged with two counts of vehicular homicide.
He was previously ordered to undergo a mental evaluation.
Marshall is accused of hitting and killing 19-year-old Travis Parham and his 42-year-old uncle, Wallace Morris on Walnut Grove near Timber Creek Drive in late June.
The speed limit on that road is 45 miles an hour but police say Marshall was going 114.
Marshall is next due in court Nov. 5.
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