Manslaugher charges to be dropped in SUV-stroller death of 5-month-old

LOUDOUN, CO. (WUSA9) - Loudoun County Commonwealth's Attorney office moved to drop involuntary manslaughter charges against John Miller in the SUV-stroller death of a 5-month-old baby.

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The child died after he and his mother were hit by Miller's Jeep Grand Cherokee September 2016. Officials rushed the mother and child to the hospital, where the mother was severely injured, and the baby died.

November 2016, Miller was indicted on charges of involuntary manslaughter, reckless driving, and failure to yield right of way to a pedestrian. A jury trial was set for October 2017.

RELATED: Baby dies after struck by car in Loudoun County

Involuntary manslaughter charges against Miller will be dropped. Miller will still stand trial for reckless driving and failure to yield right of way.

Trial is set for October 2017. 

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