Four friends who were in the Kia were on their way home after a bonfire when the crash occurred. All four were injured, including two 17-year-old girls who were critically injured.
According to the complaint, one of the 17-year-old girls had a lacerated liver, a serious brain injury and a severed main artery in her neck. She had a stroke due to her injuries and is in continued treatment for memory loss.
The second teen suffered an aortic tear in her heart, injured vocal cords, lacerations to both kidneys and her spleen and multiple fractures.
She has had at least one surgery to repair the damage to her heart and will require additional surgeries.
Law enforcement sought Faber for weeks after the crash. He turned himself in to the sheriff’s department on Sept. 6 and has been in custody on a probation hold since.
His next court appearance is scheduled for Oct. 10.
WILMOT — The host Wilmot football team broke open a close game after halftime with 20 unanswered points to pull away for a 41-14 Southern Lakes Conference victory over county rival Central on Friday night at Frank Bucci Field.
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