A Massachusetts man appeared in court Monday in connection with a car crash in Norwood that killed his brother over the weekend.
The attorney for 23-year-old Treorv Wrensford, of Norwood, entered a plea of not guilty during his appearance in Dedham District Court.
Police said Wrensford was the driver of a single-vehicle crash near the intersection of Walpole Street and Davis Avenue at about 3 a.m. Sunday. Authorities said when they arrived at the scene, both Wrensford and his brother, 22-year-old Tresor, a passenger in the vehicle, were seriously injured.
Court documents show Treorv Wrensford had been trapped in the vehicle when officers arrived and was not verbally responsive.
Tresor Wrensford was taken to Norwood Hospital where he was pronounced dead shortly after 4 a.m.
Treorv Wrensford was arrested and charged with motor vehicle homicide by operating under the influence of intoxicating liquor, OUI, operating negligently, failure to stay within marked lanes, and speeding.
The suspect told police he was driving his brother home after leaving a restaurant before the crash happened. According to court documents, a neighbor at the crash scene could hear him screaming, "I killed my brother. It's all my fault."
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Bail was set at $2,500. Wrensford is due back in court March 5.