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Suspect in street racing death of young mother indicted for 2nd-degree manslaughter

By Adam Holland,


PORTLAND, Ore. ( KOIN ) – A suspect has been indicted and a warrant filed in a street racing incident that ended in the death of a woman this past summer .

Ashlee Diane McGill, 26, lost her life in late August after being struck by an out-of-control car that crashed into a tree on Southeast Stark Street. Reports indicated that the car had been street racing when it lost control.

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Kenneth Joseph Michael Freeman, whom police say has a long criminal history, was indicted on a second-degree manslaughter charge. Freeman reportedly crashed into another car before hitting the tree and then McGill.

Freeman has not yet been arrested.

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