Anderson Convicted in Deaths of 4 Others
On Friday, March 4, 2017, Nicholas Windsor Anderson was convicted by a jury for the 2014 Auburn car crash that killed Suzanne McCay of Ravensdale, Caleb Graham from Enumclaw, Andy Tedford from Maple Valley, Rehlein Stone of Auburn, and life-threatening injuries sustained by James Vaccaro on four counts of vehicular homicide as well as vehicular assault and reckless driving.
Prosecutors say he was under the influence of alcohol on Oct. 25, 2014, and was driving at a high rate of speed when his car went off the road hitting a tree and thee utility boxes and then into a ditch.
The King County Prosecutor’s Office says Anderson faces anywhere from 258 to 328 months, but prosecutors want to ask for an exceptional sentence of 460 months.
Anderson is scheduled to be sentenced on March 31.