A crash that killed three people in a marijuana DUI case, driver gets 15 years in prison.


On Monday, March 9, 2020, the Lancaster Station Traffic Investigation team acquired a second-degree murder conviction for a crash that killed three people in a marijuana DUI case.

Led by Sergeant Dave Jennings (retired) Detectives Gil Borruel, Ryan Bodily and Matt Davis investigated a crash from January of 2018. Yovany Salazar Calzada, his wife Rocio Lopez and Mr. Calzada’s grandmother, Virginia Martinez, were killed when their vehicle was struck by another vehicle. The driver of the other vehicle not only ran a red light, but was driving nearly 90mph in a 40mph zone. In addition, blood test proved the driver was driving under the influence of marijuana at the time of the crash.