Alcohol suspected in 3-vehicle crash that left a Stephanie M. Windsor, 34, and Michael L. Ingman, 58, dead on North Tower Road and 22nd Avenue in Aurora, Colorado

Modified Date: 
Thu, 11/19/2015 - 3:44pm
Accident Date: 
Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Man sentenced to 20 years for Aurora crash that killed 2

Joshua Lee Calhoun pleaded guilty to two counts of vehicular homicide DUI and two counts of vehicular homicide reckless driving. ADAMS COUNTY - A man was sentenced to 20 years in prison Thursday for a three-car crash in Aurora that killed two people in March, according to the 17th Judicial District Attorney's Office. The crash happened in the early morning hours of March 10 on Tower Road near 22nd Avenue. The district attorney's office said when police arrived at the crash, Calhoun claimed to be a passenger and that the driver had left the scene. Calhoun was sentenced to two 10-year prison terms to be served consecutively – one for each count of vehicular homicide DUI.

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“He was really, really angry. I broke out that window. I could smell the alcohol. He got out of there. He was saying ‘I’m sorry, I’m sorry.’ and then he started screaming ‘Don’t call the cops.’ ”

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The driver in the SUV sustained unspecified injuries.

2 people killed in 3-car crash on Tower Road; police suspect driver who caused crash was intoxicated

"The female that was in the Escort… [her] boyfriend was in a different vehicle in front of her, [and he] was not involved in the accident. I believe after we talked to him he said he saw her headlights just go off the road really quickly to the right and that's why he stopped," McLellan said.

2 killed in 3-vehicle crash in Aurora

Tower Road was closed between Colfax Avenue and Smith Road for more than six hours while police investigated.

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Investigators say the woman, her boyfriend and the driver of the GMC had all been at a nearby bar before the collision.

Aurora police name suspected drunken driver, 2 killed in crash

The driver of the Escort, Stephanie M. Windsor, 34, of Denver; and the driver of the Yukon, Michael L. Ingman, 58, of Edgewater, both died at the scene.

Suspected Drunk Driver Charged With Vehicular Homicide In Aurora

A 28-year-old Denver man has been charged with vehicular homicide and drunken driving in connection to the deaths of a man and a woman following a chain-reaction traffic accident.

Man charged in Aurora crash that killed 2

Authorities say Joshua Lee Calhoun's SUV crashed into the back of a Ford Escort, before plowing into a pickup truck.

The accident that left two people dead in Aurora occurred at 1:55 a.m. Tuesday at North Tower Road and 22nd Avenue, when a GMC Yukon Denali rear-ended a Ford Escort, veered into oncoming traffic, and collided with a Ford F-150. The 45-year-old woman driving the Escort and the 60-year-old man driving the pickup truck were killed. The 30-year-old driver of the SUV survived and was transported to a hospital in unknown condition. Police say he had come from a bar and is suspected of DUI as well as speeding and could face charges of vehicular homicide in addition to DUI. We'll update this story as more information becomes available.

Type: Car Accident
People Involved: 
Stephanie M. Windsor
Michael L. Ingman
Joshua Lee Calhoun
Aurora, CO
Denver, CO

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