GWINNETT COUNTY, Ga. - A second person has now been indicted in a DUI crash that killed a Lilburn man, and now his family wants to know who is really to blame.
For more than two years, one person has faced charges in the death Jorge Servin Nieto. But now, an additional indictment means the original driver’s son could face homicide by vehicle charges.
Nieto's mother and sister looked over the paperwork they just received from Gwinnett County showing Parker Dillion Lancaster has been indicted in Nieto's death.
“She doesn't understand how after two years, they are now finding all this out, that it was the son involved as well,” said mother Blanca Nieto. “Now, they are trying to say that he was more of the guilty than she was, and that's what we don’t understand now.”
Lancaster’s mother, Amy Parker, who was the driver that night, has been out on bond since the 2016 accident, charged with drunken driving and homicide by vehicle
A trial date for Parker is set for next week, but it's unclear if that will move forward.
Channel 2’s Tony Thomas was with Nieto's family last summer as they visited the crash site.
“She said nothing is going to bring Jorge back, and we understand that. She's not asking for them to go to jail or anything bad on them. We just want justice be done,” Blanca Nieto said.
Thomas asked the Gwinnett County District Attorney’s Office for clarification on what the Lancaster indictment now means for the case, but he has not received a definitive answer back yet.
Amy Parker's attorney did not respond to Thomas’ message asking for comment.
“She feels like it's taking too long, and she just wants justice done,” Blanca Nieto said.
Parker Lancaster’s indictment also charges him with having an open container, lying to police and failure to maintain a lane.
The indictments read like Amy Parker and Lancaster were behind the wheel. We will let you know when we get clarification.
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