Bond Set For Man Accused Of Hitting, Killing Woman Near Roscoe Village

UPDATED: Thursday September 19, 2013 4:34 PM

Bond was set at $5,000 on Thursday for a man charged with vehicular homicide.

Charles Miller, 28, is accused of crashing into two parked cars and rolling over onto the patio of the Warehouse Steak n' Stein restaurant, located on North Whitewoman Street near the historic Roscoe Village in Coshocton.

Miller struck and killed 68-year-old Mary Baldwin in the crash and injured her husband, George Baldwin.

Miller said that his brakes failed on the SUV he was driving.

Deputies said that Miller was driving without a valid driver's license and had a 12-point suspension and a child support suspension. He also had two outstanding warrants out of Guernsey County.

Miller was arrested after the crash for violating his probation involving a 2012 domestic violence case.

As of Thursday evening, Miller was still in jail.

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