SEABROOK, N.H. (AP) — Police have arrested a woman and charged her with selling drugs to a New Hampshire motorist accused of plowing into a group of cyclists over the weekend, killing two from Massachusetts.
Hampton police arrested 48-year-old Cindy Sheppard of Hampton Wednesday night. She's charged with supplying drugs to 19-year-old Darriean Hess of Seaford and allowing Hess to drive without a license.
Sheppard is being held on $10,000 cash bail. She is to be arraigned Thursday in Seabrook.
Hess, ordered held on $50,000 bail, was arraigned Wednesday via video from jail. She's charged with negligent homicide.
Police say Hess was driving too fast and without a license when she ran into the cyclists on an annual ride in Hampton on Saturday. Two riders died and two were injured.
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