Man charged with vehicular assault in Monroe accident tested positive for seven drugs

Noel McLane, 47, has been charged with Vehicular Assault for the Monroe-area car accident on Highway 522 near U.S. 2 which seriously injured a Snohomish man, leaving the man disabled.

According to a report written by Jackson Holtz in the Everett Herald, McLane tested positive for methamphetamine, morphine, marijuana and prescription drugs after the September accident.

The car accident occurred when McLane drove his Toyota 4-Runner across the center line, striking an oncoming vehicle.

Vehicular Assault can be charged if a driver was driving recklessly, driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs or driving without regard for the safety of others and a person is seriously injured.

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