NKY Man Charged with 5 Counts of Murder.

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    NKY Man Charged with 5 Counts of Murder.

    A NKY man has been charged with 5 counts of murder as the result of a head on collision that occurred last week in Kenton County. Daniel Greis was traveling from Hickory Sticks golf course in Campbell County to his home in Independence when the accident occurred. Greis attempted to pass a vehicle on a double yellow line stretch of Staffordsburg Road and struck the victims vehicle head on. Greis was legally intoxicated and also admitted to having used marijuana earlier that day.

    This will be a high profile case in NKY.

    Commonwealth attorney to provide update on crash that left five dead in Kenton Co. | WKRC
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    Dude's gonna die in prison.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UKMustangFan View Post
    Dude's gonna die in prison.
    Without knowing anything about the guy, I'd think he's likely a good candidate for suicide watch.

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    Thanks for sharing @sportsfan41

    What a horrible tragedy.

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    I drive this stretch of road every couple of weeks for work, including today. It's difficult enough driving it when sober and on a sunny, clear day, let alone when under the influence of alcohol/drugs and if the weather conditions are not ideal. It's a tragedy that was totally avoidable had someone impaired not made the decision to get behind the wheel.

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    What a horrible tragedy! My daughter drives this road frequently to go to/from school and I was already a nervous wreck about it! Knowing some of the details of how this family died (which I won't put on here) I can only hope this man spends the rest of his life in prison having to think about this family every single day.

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    Listened to KC Attorney Rob Sanders on Bill Cunningham this afternoon and it was brought up that there's an outside chance Hickory Sticks golf course "might" be named in a suit at some point if it can be proven a bartender knowingly overserved the guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OlDog75 View Post
    Listened to KC Attorney Rob Sanders on Bill Cunningham this afternoon and it was brought up that there's an outside chance Hickory Sticks golf course "might" be named in a suit at some point if it can be proven a bartender knowingly overserved the guy.
    If he's like most golfers, he probably brought his own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UKMustangFan View Post
    Dude's gonna die in prison.
    The guy that killed 27 people in the Carrollton Bus Crash served less than 11 years of the 16 years he was given for 27 counts of 2nd degree manslaughter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OlDog75 View Post
    Listened to KC Attorney Rob Sanders on Bill Cunningham this afternoon and it was brought up that there's an outside chance Hickory Sticks golf course "might" be named in a suit at some point if it can be proven a bartender knowingly overserved the guy.
    His BAC was between .082 and .092. No way they can prove a bartender overserved with those low #s .

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    Quote Originally Posted by UKMustangFan View Post
    If he's like most golfers, he probably brought his own.
    I play a lot of golf and I don't know a single golfer that brings his own beer to the course. Not one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OlDog75 View Post
    Listened to KC Attorney Rob Sanders on Bill Cunningham this afternoon and it was brought up that there's an outside chance Hickory Sticks golf course "might" be named in a suit at some point if it can be proven a bartender knowingly overserved the guy.
    The owners of Hickory Sticks have some deep pockets, even if they avoid prosecution, you can bet a civil suit will be coming their way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MentschTrachtGottLacht View Post
    I play a lot of golf and I don't know a single golfer that brings his own beer to the course. Not one.
    I'll admit I only golf a few times a year, and I should've said "most golfers I know"....

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    Quote Originally Posted by UKMustangFan View Post
    If he's like most golfers, he probably brought his own.
    UKMF I'm not saying you are wrong at all and I'm sure a lot have. I just know myself and the guys I played with over the years never brought their own. We usually loaded up from the clubhouse. Maybe I'm an exception.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OlDog75 View Post
    UKMF I'm not saying you are wrong at all and I'm sure a lot have. I just know myself and the guys I played with over the years never brought their own. We usually loaded up from the clubhouse. Maybe I'm an exception.
    As I said, I should've said "most I know". None are regular golfers, so that may play a part in it.

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