Bond set for man involved in deadly driving incident

Bradley Erickson is likely to face three counts of homicide by intoxicated use of a vehicle in last week’s death of three students.

Taylor Selcke

After allegedly driving drunk and killing three students, including two affiliated with the University of Minnesota, a judge in Dane County, Wis. has set the bond at $30,000 for Bradley Erickson âÄî $10,000 for each fatality.

Marcus Johnson, Elysia Rapp, and Wilfredo Ugarte were fixing a flat tire when Erickson allegedly rear-ended and killed all three of them.

Johnson and Ugarte were working to become a part of the UniversityâÄôs Spirit Squad.

A third person associated with the University was also present in the car but was uninjured.

WKOW-TV reported that the prosecutor in the case, Emily Thompson, will most likely charge Erickson with three counts of homicide by intoxicated use of a vehicle.