Woman Charged For Serving Alcohol Before Teens Were Killed In Crash

Woman Charged For Serving Alcohol Before Teens Were Killed In Crash (Image 1)
Woman Charged For Serving Alcohol Before Teens Were Killed In Crash (Image 1)

LAMAR CO., Miss. – An investigation into the car crash that killed 3 Lamar County teens back in September now has one Purvis mother facing charges from the Mississippi Alcoholic Beverage Control Bureau of Enforcement.

Kristi Morris, 42, is being charged with a total of 13 counts for allegedly providing alcohol to minors, and possession of alcohol in a dry county. If convicted, Morris possibly faces over $9,000 in fines and 180 days in prison.

     

The crash in September happened at around 2 a.m. It claimed the lives of Purvis High students Carrigan Argan and Tyler Kelly, and Oak Grove student Reagan Woolbright.

     

According to reports, the three were leaving a friend’s house when the vehicle left the road and struck a tree.  

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