Funeral services announced for 3 year-old hit by accused drunk driver
By Rob Starkey
-- The funeral for 3 year-old <span style="TEXT-ALIGN: left; TEXT-TRANSFORM: none; BACKGROUND-COLOR: rgb(255,255,255); TEXT-INDENT: 0px; LETTER-SPACING: normal; DISPLAY: inline !important; FONT: 12px/16px Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; WHITE-SPACE: normal; FLOAT: none; COLOR: rgb(66,66,66); WORD-SPACING: 0px; -webkit-text-stroke-width: 0px">Josiah Jenkins<span class="Apple-converted-space"> is 3pm Sunday at Refuge Temple and Church, according to Columbia Fire Chief Aubrey Jenkins.</span></span>
Thu, 13 Mar 2014 18:28:09 GMT — COLUMBIA (WACH) -- The funeral for 3 year-old Josiah Jenkins is 3 pm Sunday at Refuge Temple and Church, according to Columbia Fire Chief Aubrey Jenkins. Jenkins was the grandnephew of Columbia Fire Chief Aubrey Jenkins and died Tuesday from injuries sustained in car crash over the weekend. The South Carolina Highway Patrol says LaToya Jenkins and her son Josiah Jenkins were traveling on North Springs Road Friday night, when Lonnie Gross III hit the young boy's side of the car. Investigators say Gross was drunk at the time of the crash. According to records from SLED, the 44-year-old Gross has a lengthy criminal past, including four DUI convictions. "It is with deep sadness that I report the passing of my grandnephew Josiah Jenkins. Josiah passed away this morning with family and God at his side." said Columbia Fire Chief Aubrey Jenkins on Tuesday. A spokesperson for the Highway Patrol said Gross was driving with a suspended license when Friday night's crash happened. The South Carolina Highway Patrol MAIT Team continues to investigate. Gross is charged with felony DUI resulting in death. A judge denied bond for Gross on Tuesday.
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