Swindon: Man Charged With Causing Death By Dangerous Driving

29 August 2014, 12:36

Scene of crime police tape

A driver has been charged following a fatal road traffic collision in Swindon.

The incident took place on May 25th 2014 on Thamesdown Drive, Swindon, when a Vauxhall Astra collided with a Nissan Almera close to the entrance of the Orbital Shopping Centre. 

As a result of the crash, the passenger of the Almera, Paul Winters, 33, from Swindon, died from his injuries. 

The driver of the Almera, a 61 year old male from Swindon, sustained serious injuries. He has subsequently been released from hospital. 

As a result of police enquiries, Arnie Peter Rogers, 23, of Saltash Road, Swindon, has been charged with causing death by dangerous driving, causing death by driving without licence/insurance or whilst disqualified and causing serious injury by dangerous driving. 

He has been released on bail and is due to appear at Swindon Magistrates Court on September 17th 2014. 

No further action will be taken against a second man who was arrested at the time of the collision.

Loose Women Male Stars Nude Campaign

TV's Biggest Hunks Rival Loose Women's Cheeky Body Confidence Campaign

Benedict Cumberbatch thinking emoji

Viewers Were Baffled By Benedict Cumberbatch's BBC Drama

Nick Knowles is releasing an album

Nick Knowles Is Releasing An Album And We Were Not Expecting This

Jessica Ennis Second Child Asset

Jessica Ennis Welcomes Her Second Child And The Name Is Adorable!