Milwaukee man pleads not guilty in deadly crash, bound over for trial

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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Kenneth Wright was bound over for trial Tuesday, Nov. 16, in Milwaukee. 

He was driving a car that slammed into a bus shelter at Green Bay and Capitol last month.

His 17-year-old passenger, Jamera Doyle, was thrown from the car and killed. 

At Tuesday's virtual preliminary hearing, a Milwaukee police officer was asked what a witness to the crash told him.

"She then saw the vehicle, she described it as quote, 'flying.' The crash occurred. When she was asked about a speed, she indicated she believed the vehicle was traveling in excess of 90 miles per hour," said Officer Richard Schnier.

Wright is also charged with driving with a suspended license. 

A not guilty plea was entered on his behalf Tuesday. His next court appearance comes on Dec. 2.

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