The driver accused in a deadly crash at the Apple store in Hingham, Massachusetts, last year has been indicted on second-degree murder and other charges, the Plymouth County District Attorney's Office said Tuesday.
Authorities say Bradley Rein, 53, drove through the front of the store in November, killing 65-year-old Kevin Bradley, a New Jersey resident, and injuring 22 other people.
A grand jury indicted Rein on one count of second-degree murder and motor vehicle homicide by reckless operation for Bradley's death. He also faces reckless operation of a motor vehicle, 18 counts of aggravated assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and four counts of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon for the 22 other people who were hurt in the crash.
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Rein was already facing charges out of Hingham District Court. He will be arraigned on the new charges in Brockton Superior Court at a later date.
Rein has said his foot got stuck on the accelerator of his 2019 Toyota 4Runner, which caused him to crash.
He has been ordered not to operate a motor vehicle and needs to get approval from the court to travel out of the state for any reason.
Attorneys representing multiple victims of the crash filed a lawsuit last year against the driver, Apple and local businesses.