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Sterling man charged with manslaughter in fatal Route 28 crash

Andre Glenn
A Loudoun grand jury has handed up a manslaughter indictment against 26-year-old Andre M. Glenn in connection with the fatal February crash on Rt. 28.

Glenn has been charged with felony involuntary manslaughter, DUI, and driving on a suspended license, the commonwealth's attorney announced Wednesday.

On Feb. 21, Glenn was driving a Jeep Wrangler northbound on Route 28 around 2 a.m. when he struck a traffic divider just south of the Dulles Greenway. Two female passengers were both thrown from the vehicle while Glenn and a male passenger remained inside the Jeep.

Gabrielle M. Perry, 22, lost her life at the scene. The surviving female passenger was treated for serious but non-life-threatening injuries. Glenn and the male passenger were not seriously injured.

Neither of the female passengers were wearing seat belts at the time of the crash.


Not to mention you shouldn’t get in a vehicle with someone who is too drunk to drive and their license is suspended and shouldn’t have been driving in the first place. Call a cab, book an Uber or Lyft, call a friend.  Sure it might cost you a few bucks, and it may seem like a lot of money at the time, but I’d be willing to bet everyone involved would pay a hundred times the cost to have Gabrielle back.

Learn this lesson:  Wear seat belt and don’t get hurt from otherwise minor accident.

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