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17 Year Old High School Student Almost Kills Friends During “Drug Cruise” Crash
According to the Boston Herald,
Monica Knight, 17, who was arraigned yesterday in the March 30 crash, had marijuana residue and eight prescription pills strewn about her red BMW on March 30 when she veered across the yellow line on Lake Street in Kingston and smashed head-on with the bus, according to police. One witness told cops it looked like the car was on a “suicide mission.
Kingston police Chief Joseph Rebello said neither Knight nor any of her passengers — Eva Lipton, Aliza Nantais and Brendon McGilley — were wearing seat belts. Lipton is on life support at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Boston, Rebello said. Nantais remains hospitalized with a brain injury but has made “significant progress,”
Police said they have a flurry of texts between Knight and others citing plans to “smoke some bowls” and take Adderall — among the pills found in the car — while one crash victim voiced reluctance to get high.
“I’m not doing anything tomorrow,” McGilley texted Nantais the night before the crash, claiming a school assembly on drug addiction “(expletive) with my head,” according to a police report. “Im not doing drugs or drinkin anymore.”
But that day, Knight sent a text to a fifth student she was supposed to pick up, who warned that her dad would be outside when Knight arrived “so make sure you don’t smoke when (you’re) getting me,” police said.
During the arraignment, Monica plead guilty to several charges including reckless operation and possession of a “class b” drug. Monica was ordered to wear an electronic device, surrender her license as well as submit a random drug test.