CLEVELAND -- A man charged for driving his car into a Cleveland festival crowd causing the deaths of two people pleaded guilty in court this morning.
Timothy Spock entered guilty pleas to two counts of aggravated vehicular homicide, one count of aggravated vehicular assault and one count of DUI. He is scheduled for sentencing on December 3.
Spock crashed into a crowd of people at Clifton and W. 117th during the Dancing in the Street festival in July.
Two people attending the festival, Mitch Andelmo and Basil Bass, died of their injuries. Two others were seriously hurt.
Spock faces a potential sentence of between two and 19 years in prison.