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Driver charged in fatal Cloquet crash

CLOQUET, Minn. -- A Cloquet man is facing charges of felony criminal vehicular homicide in connection with a fatal crash in February at one of Cloquet's most dangerous intersections. Shawn Michael Adrian, also known as Shawn Michael Dylkowski, 34...

 

CLOQUET, Minn. -- A Cloquet man is facing charges of felony criminal vehicular homicide in connection with a fatal crash in February at one of Cloquet's most dangerous intersections.

Shawn Michael Adrian, also known as Shawn Michael Dylkowski, 34, appeared Monday in State District Court in Carlton. He's accused of driving a vehicle while he had both methamphetamine and methadone in his bloodstream, leading to the death of a passenger in the car, Autumn Martineau.

According to the criminal complaint, Adrian was driving a 1996 Toyota Camry at about 10:15 a.m Feb. 10 when he attempted to turn left from southbound Minnesota Highway 33 to northbound Interstate 35. He failed to stop at the stop sign and was broadsided by a 2008 Chevrolet Suburban, carrying members of a high school alpine ski team, that was exiting from I-35 to northbound Highway 33.

Martineau was critically injured and was pronounced dead at Community Memorial Hospital in Cloquet.

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