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Hailieann Pollitt, 9, Brenden Pollitt, 8 and Cailie Pollitt, 6, Samantha Malohn, 27, and Rodney Pollitt, 26, killed in head-on collision on Staffordsburg Road in Independence, Kentucky

Modified Date: 
Mon, 12/31/2018 - 1:51pm
Accident Date: 
Thursday, October 26, 2017

3 children under 10 among 5 killed in Kenton County crash

Police said that the Pollitts and Malohn were in a 1993 Honda Accord when they were struck by a 2014 Honda Pilot that had gone left of center.

Family of 5 killed in NKY crash remembered as tight-knit

Grant County schools sent letters home to families in the school community and will think at a later time what might be appropriate for a memorial.   

Woman thankful for 'all the prayers' after crash kills daughter, three grandchildren

“Thank you for all the prayers and condolences everyone is sending. The family does appreciate it," Morgan said while weeping in front of her home.   

Driver in wreck that killed 5 faces murder charges

Greis was legally intoxicated with a blood-alcohol level between .082 and .092 and had admitted to police he consumed alcohol and marijuana that day, the arrest warrant stated.

Police seek witnesses to 'SUV driving erratically' in crash that killed 5

Daniel Gries was under the influence and driving on the wrong side of Staffordsburg road when he hit an oncoming vehicle, authorities say.     

Suspect in crash that killed 5 in Kenton County appears in court

Commonwealth attorney Rob Sanders said Greis was legally intoxicated at the time of the crash and admitted to consuming marijuana. In court, officers said Greis was going 96 miles per hour.   

Independence firefighters hold benefit for family of five killed in crash

     Even the food was donated. A BBQ spread buffet from Smokn’ This and That .

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Benefit in honor of Pollitt family raises $35K

All that money will go towards a scholarship in the children's names. It will be presented Tuesday.   

NKY prosecutor: No light sentence for driver in crash that killed family of 5

It's a possibility Greis spends the rest of his life in prison, he said. Each charge of wanton murder can bring a prison sentence of 20 years minimum up to 50 years maximum.   

Trial set for man indicted in crash that killed family of five

Prosecutors say Daniel Greis was driving under the influence before a crash that killed a family of five in October. On Monday, a Kenton County judge set his trial date for June 19.

Jury selection underway in murder trial for fatal crash that left NKY family of 5 dead

Last week, Kenton County Judge Patricia Summe granted a defense motion to suppress any statements made by Greis to Kenton County Sheriff's Deputy Curtis Bush while at University of Cincinnati Medical Center Oct. 26, the night of the crash.   

Daniel Greis takes the stand in his murder trial for a fatal accident

Gries said he tried to pass Phillips but the other driver would speed up when he tried to pass and slowed down afterward. Greis said he floored his car to try to beat the truck as they approached a hill. Next thing he knew, he woke up in a field.   

Daniel Greis found guilty on all counts in death of Pollitt family

After a four-hour deliberation, a Kenton County jury has found 58-year-old Daniel Edward Greis guilty of five counts of wanton murder in the deaths of an Independence family in an October crash.

Type: Car Accident
Topics: 
Head-on
People Involved: 
Hailieann Pollitt
Brenden Pollitt
Cailie Pollitt
Samantha Malohn
Rodney Pollitt
Daniel Greis

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