The driver of the car that Jabari Kemp hit in an April 13 crash that killed five had a slightly lower level of marijuana in his system than Kemp had, according to paperwork prosecutors recently released in the case.
Kemp, 21, of Florida City, turned himself in last month to answer five charges of DUI manslaughter in the deaths of Jason A. Mahlung and Orane Cummings, both 22, Shonteria Grimsley and Christina Oliver Joseph, both 17, and Makita Campbell, 14. All five were from Riviera Beach.
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ABOUT THIS CASE
Jabari Shahid Kemp, 21, is facing five counts each of DUI manslaughter and vehicular homicide in the April deaths of five young people just off Interstate 95 in Riviera Beach. Kemp, of Florida City, was found to have marijuana in his system at the time of the deadly crash — one of Palm Beach County’s worst fatal wrecks of the past two decades.