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Barrington man indicted for car crash that killed passenger
BRENTWOOD — A Barrington man has been indicted on charges that he was intoxicated when he crashed his car along Route 101 in December, killing his passenger.
David Frazier, 45, is facing two counts of negligent homicide in Rockingham County Superior Court for the Dec. 10 crash that killed passenger Travis Douglas, 31, a lieutenant in the Navy who worked at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard.
The crash happened on the Route 101 ramp to Route 1 North, according to court papers. Prosecutors are alleging that Frazier was intoxicated by alcohol when he failed to maintain control of his vehicle.
State police said that Frazier suffered serious injuries at the scene, and was brought to Exeter Hospital for treatment. Police arrested him later on charges of negligent homicide and aggravated driving while intoxicated.
Douglas was pronounced dead at the crash scene, police said.
State and local police responded about 1:16 a.m. to a report of a single-vehicle crash along the off-ramp to Route 1 north in Hampton.
Frazier’s vehicle was traveling west on Route 101 when he exited toward Route 1 and lost control of his vehicle, according to police. The vehicle rolled over several times, and came to a rest on the westbound on-ramp to Route 101, police said. Hampton police and firefighters assisted at the scene, along with accident reconstruction experts with state police.
Frazier is facing two felonies.
The most serious charge carries a potential state prison term of up to 7 ½ to 15 years.
Frazier is scheduled to appear for arraignment on June 28 in Rockingham County Superior Court.
A grand jury returned the charges against him during the June session earlier this month. He remains free on bail.
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