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.