A truck company employee has been charged with manslaughter over the horror crash that killed four Victorian police officers earlier this year. The 49-year-old father from Frankston, southeast Melbourne, was arrested at his workplace on Saturday morning and has spent the day being quizzed by cops. He has since been charged with four counts of manslaughter and is expected to appear before an out of sessions court hearing tonight. Victoria Police said the charges followed an extensive three-month investigation into the April 22 crash that killed officers Lynnette Taylor, Kevin King, Glen Humphris and Joshua Prestney. The four officers were killed on duty when a truck driven Mohinder Singh Bajwa veered across the freeway and hit them. A 49-year old man from Frankston, southeast Melbourne, was arrested on Saturday after the death of four Victoria Police officers in a horror freeway crash (pictured) in April Senior Constable Kevin King (pictured, far left), Constable Glen Humphris (second from left), Leading Senior Constable Lynette Taylor (second from right) and and Constable Josh Prestney (far right) all died in the crash Richard Pusey (pictured) was arrested on April 23, one day after the fatal crash which killed the four police officers after they pulled… Read full this story
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