An off-duty police officer accused of killing a woman in a drunken vehicular crash in New Hampshire this April has been indicted by a grand jury, local prosecutors said Friday.
Tyler Berry's indictment includes charges of manslaughter, negligent homicide, reckless conduct, falsifying physical evidence and criminal mischief, according to a release from Hillsborough County Attorney Micheal Conlon's office.
Berry, 27, an officer with the Londonderry Police Department, was arrested April 5 after his pickup truck crossed the center line on Route 101 in Amherst and struck a Hyundai carrying 21-year-old Sierra Croteau, who was killed, state police said at the time. Berry was arrested on drunken driving charges at the time.
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Berry pleaded not guilty on those charges later in April.
The manslaughter charges in the indictment announced Friday carry a maximum prison term of 30 years.
Berry is no longer a member of the Londonderry Police Department, the chief told NBC10 Boston.