DWI HIT PARADE: There’s a new killer in town, say cops – David Randall smashed into child and killed her while DUI

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David Randall of Dover Del. charged with killing child on sidewalk while he was DUI  Dover Police 072116

BOOZE CRUISE KILLED SIX-YEAR-OLD CHILD – Now he will have his next party in the slammer – David Randall of Dover Del. charged with killing child on sidewalk while he was DUI Dover Police 072116

DOVER, DEL. The Dover Police Department arrested 26-year-old David Randall following a motor vehicle accident that killed a six-year-old girl.

 Police say that Randall drove into the parking lot of White Oak Condos located at 1001 White Oak Road at approximately

8:26PM.  Randall attempted to park his vehicle, a 2002 Ford Focus, in a parking space in front of L Building.  Randall sped forward onto the sidewalk where six-year-old Anya Jackson, her mother (LeShell Wiles), and a family friend were standing.  Randall struck all three people, pinning Jackson against the building and injuring the others.  

All three victims were transported to

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Bayhealth Kent General Hospital where Anya Jackson succumbed to her injuries as a result of multiple blunt force trauma.  Wiles and the third victim were treated for non-life threatening injuries.

-Vehicular Homicide 1st Degree
-Vehicular Assault 2nd Degree (x2)
-Driving Under the Influence

David Randall was under the influence of alcohol at the time of the crash and was committed to JTVCC on $34,100 Secured Bond on the following charges:
-Vehicular Homicide 1st Degree
-Vehicular Assault 2nd Degree (x2)
-Driving Under the Influence

UPDATE:  In an earlier press release, police say that the driver struck the six-year-old victim three times.  This information was obtained from different people at the scene by the investigating officer.  Newly discovered video evidence shows that the victim was struck just once.