If you were keeping an eye on this week's news, you may have seen an unfortunate situation that happened at this year's South-by-Southwest (SXSW) festival.
If you're unhip, SXSW is a three-part event that brings together startups from the technology space, emerging music talent and films to the Austin, Texas area.
A suspected drunk driver was being pursued by the local police and fled. The driver tore down a one-way street going the wrong way and injured scores of people and, sadly, killed two.
But, you know what they say: an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth.
According to the latest reports from Texas, the driver was charged with two counts of capital murder, which would make the individual eligible to receive the death penalty.
**Be safe out there, Spies!
A driver who plowed into a crowded street at a popular festival in Austin this week, killing two people, was charged with capital murder, police said Friday.
Rashad Charjuan Owens allegedly tore through the crowd while drunk, running over people and hitting other cars. At least 23 others were injured.
Police caught Owens, 21, after an alleged foot chase, and Tasered him. His bond was set at $3 million.
Authorities have not released names of the dead, but they were a Dutch man on a bicycle and a local woman on a moped, Austin Police Chief Art Acevedo said...