Tampa, Florida - The Tampa Bay Times is reporting that Matthew Moye will be tried on December 9. Moye, a dentist practicing at Big Bend Dental in Riverview, is accused of killing two pedestrians while driving drunk and running off the road on the Harbour Island Bridge in 2010.
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Moye will be tried on charges of DUI manslaughter and vehicular homicide charges in the Oct. 30, 2010, deaths of pedestrians Douglas Kozar and Kate Kohlier.
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The Times reports that prosecutors say Moye, 37, had a blood-alcohol level of 0.13 percent, well above the 0.08 percent threshold at which Florida presumes impairment, when he sped onto the bridge at 89 mph. They say he lost control of his 2011 Cadillac, which spun onto the sidewalk and hit Kozar, 23, and Kohlier, 24, who were leaving work at the Marriott Waterside Hotel.
Both died instantly.
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