Toxicology Report Still Pending from McDevitt Crash

Brian McDevitt lost control of his Acura and struck a BMW with two teenagers inside it on Jan. 28.

Police investigators determined that reckless driving and excessive speed were the primary causes of the crash on Jan. 28 that , co-founder of the Anne Arundel County Breaking News and Events Facebook Page.

McDevitt was killed in a two-car crash on Fort Smallwood Road near Devere Drive after police said he , crossed into oncoming traffic and struck a BMW carrying two teenagers. Police said McDevitt was thrown from his car and pronounced dead at the scene. The occupants of the other vehicle suffered minor injuries.

Evidence at the scene suggested that alcohol was involved in addition to excessive speed, according to police.

In an email to Patch, Anne Arundel County Police Department spokesman Justin Mulcahy said investigators were still looking into the possibility of alcohol and that toxicology results were pending.

On the same day as McDevitt’s crash, in a Route 50 accident when a car carrying three people drove on the wrong side of the highway and struck another vehicle.

Four days later, Maryland State Police released toxicology reports and told NBC reporters that  behind the wheel. 

Lisa Williams Sears March 28, 2012 at 05:54 PM
Lisa Williams Sears March 28, 2012 at 06:00 PM
we have a right to our opinion. brian obviously had issues. i agree. how can you listen to the 911 scanner all day, and hours later be dead at your own hands??? brian knew better. we all do. fatal drunk driving crashes, are NOT accidents. they are eventualities!!!! it will catch up to you. just bc brian was the admin of some facebook page. doesnt make him above the laws. if you dont believe me. look what it got him.
John Holmes March 28, 2012 at 08:32 PM
Where did you hear of the police wanting $200.00 to gain access? Never heard of such a thing. Why aren't our elected officials (Mr. Fink) looking into this further? Cuz it doesn't benefit him? Oh, that's right he's still busy trying to figure out how to increase the traffic congestion on Mountain Rd. More business for the "Turtle"
howard rennet April 06, 2012 at 12:24 AM
@John Holmes. I contacted a news paper and asked them to look into this situation since we weren't getting any response from the Patch regarding the info and you know Anne Arundel County Breaking News won't say anything about it. The paper got back to me and said that the police wanted $200 for the report, so the paper was filing a freedom of information request in order to procure the complete toxicology report. Believe me I wish I was making this up, but I am not that creative. Perhaps the Patch would like to try and get this report? Maybe if the police try to extort $200 from the Patch, the Patch could do a report on that????
tom April 17, 2012 at 03:31 AM
If the toxicology report came back negagtive it would be posted on AACBN. It does not matter to me though. Sad to see someone pass for any reason. Before you judge give your self a big long look in the mirror- just saying noone is perfect


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