Salem police say they found open containers in the PT Cruiser Angelique Griffin was driving during
The car Griffin was driving outside on Boston Street at 3:42 a.m. Saturday, according to police. Renard was killed instantly, police said.
In addition to driving with an open container, Griffin, 25, of Salem has been charged with motor vehicle homicide, operating to endanger negligently while operating under the influence of liquor, operating under the influence of liquor and operating a vehicle negligently.
Salem Police told wcvb.com Griffin admitted to drinking and consented to a blood test at the hospital. They also found multiple open containers in her vehicle, according to the outlet.
Griffin was in the crash.
Sunday afternoon, a vigil to Renard was visible on a utility pole outside All Star Collision. In addition to flowers, candles and notes, a Sharpie was left on scene for passersby to leave thoughts and memories.
Griffin will be arraigned in court today (Monday).