SJ - February 8, 2022
Back in December Commanders defensive back Deshazor Everett was involved in a fatal car accident. The passenger in his vehicle, reportedly his girlfriend Olivia S. Peters, died at a local hospital from injuries suffered in the crash.
On Tuesday, Everett was served with a warrant for involuntary manslaughter while making an appearance at Loudoun County Magistrate's office. A short time later he was then released on bond.
Here's the latest on Deshazor Everett, via a statement provided by his attorney Kaveh Noorishad. Everett made an appearance today at the Loudoun County Magistrate's office and was served with a warrant for involuntary manslaughter. He was then released on bond pic.twitter.com/qKfp7hcgxM
— Pete Hailey (@PeteHaileyNBCS) February 8, 2022
Just a tragic story all around. Someone lost their life in the accident and the investigation into what happened appears to have determined Everett was to blame. He'll have his day in court, but like I said, it's a tragic story.
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