Teen Charged with Homicide in Crash That Killed Two

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SAC COUNTY, Iowa — A Clarksville teen has been charged with two counts of vehicular homicide.

The Sac County Sheriff’s Office took Trevor Feauto, 17, into custody Wednesday.

Deputies say Feauto was intoxicated when he drove his truck into a car with two other teens inside at about 12:30 a.m. on August 23 at 400th and Otter Avenue.

Bailey Jacobsen and Lindsey Quirk, both 16, were killed in the collision.

A report from the DCI crime lab shows that Feauto`s blood alcohol level was .133.

Feauto is being held at the Youth Emergency Shelter in Cherokee.

3 comments

  • Dick Fitzwell

    Of course if his last name had been Branstad, all charges would be dropped and he would have been given a cushy state job.

  • Trevor

    Dick Fitzwell I agree Braindead’s son killed 2 people when he drove over there tent while drunk. And no charges were filed and that isn’t right. I can’t believe people were dumb enough to vote him back in. But I also feel this person should see many years in prison for killing to people with his car. It is no different if someone shots a person or you are drunk and kill somebody. It is murder and should be life the first time. No questions ask.

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