March 14, 2014
CHICAGO (AP) -- An Illinois man involved in a crash that killed a Waynesboro family is accused of falsifying paperwork to get his commercial driver's license.
Forty-five-year-old Nasko Nazov is charged in Illinois with lying to a grand jury about using an address in Greenfield, Wisconsin, to get his license.
Prosecutors say Nazov's tractor-trailer slammed into a car on Interstate 81 in Tennessee last year, killing a couple from Waynesboro and their children. Killed in the crash was 32-year-old Edward Armstrong III, 26-year-old Melissa Armstrong, and the couple's children, 10-year-old Brittany and 6-year-old Edward the Fourth.
Nazov faces reckless homicide charges in Tennessee. Defense attorney Steven Hunter says Nazov works in a warehouse now. He says Nazov is very upset about the accident.
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