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Naifeh Indicted on Vehicular Homidide Charges

October 4th, 2012 - By Charles Choate

A former city and county attorney for Lake County has been indicted in the deaths of three people last January.

The Obion County Grand Jury indicted Timothy Clark Naifeh for six counts of Vehicular Homicide, relating to a three vehicle accident that killed 81 year old Jack Latimer Bell and 81 year old Frances Sue Bell, of Kenton, and 51 year old son David Bell, of Forsyth, Georgia.

The accident occurred near Hornbeak on Highway 21, when Highway Patrol officials say Naifeh’s pick-up truck crossed the centerline and stuck the Bell vehicle, before colliding head on with a truck driven by 40 year old Constance Fisher of Obion.

Fisher, along with 16 year old Dillion Fisher were not injured in the wreck.

Naifeh, along with Jack Bell, were taken to the Med in Memphis, with Bell later dying from his injuries.

The indictment from the Obion County Grand Jury said Naifeh did kill all three individuals by “unlawfully, feloniously and recklessly” operating an automobile “under the influence of an intoxicant”.

Additional counts said Naifeh killed the Bell’s by “the proximate result of conduct creating a substantial risk of death and serious bodily injury”.

Circuit Court Clerk Harry Johnson told KYTN News that Naifeh has been arrested on the charges and released on a property bond.

He is set for arraignment Monday morning at 9:00 in Obion County Circuit Court.