Two teenage cheerleaders, 16 and 17, were killed after a police officer ran a red light at 86mph, as footage of the crash shows harrowing…

TWO teenage cheerleaders have died after a police officer ran a red light at 86 mph and hit their vehicle during a high-speed chase.

Maggie Dunn, 17, and Caroline Gill, 16, were killed while Dunn’s brother Liam was injured when Addis Police officer David Cauthron, 42, crashed their car on Saturday .

Cauthron, who was in pursuit of a car thief, was going about 86 miles per hour and did not brake before the crash, according to his GPS, WBRZ reports.

Heartbreaking photos from the crash show police surrounding a crushed and twisted silver car after the collision.

The policeman ran a red light that had stayed red for about 20 seconds as his vehicle reached the intersection in Brusly, Louisiana, witnesses say.

Cauthron’s vehicle then struck the victims’ car causing it to slide into the median of Louisiana Highway 1, the outlet reported.

Dunn and Gill died at the scene and Dunn’s brother, who is a freshman at the University of Louisiana Lafayette, was taken to the hospital in critical condition.

“For these kids, not being able to start the new year is inexcusable, but let’s go through the facts first,” District Attorney Tony Clayton told The Advocate.

“I just can’t embrace why [the officer] was driving at that speed in pursuit of this vehicle. This officer is facing some serious problems.”

He added: “If it’s about putting human life in danger, stop this damn chase.

“It’s not worth the risk,” Clayton said.

Dunn and Gill were cheerleaders at Brusly High School.

On Sunday, the cheerleading squad released a statement on Facebook.

It said: “As we mourn the tragic deaths of Maggie Dunn and Caroline Gill, please keep their families, friends and the BHS community in your thoughts and prayers.

“Their enthusiasm and bright smiles will be missed more than anyone can imagine.”


Cauthron was pursuing suspect Tyquel Zanders, 24, who allegedly stole his father’s Nissan Altima. To see also : Communication major and Eagles cheerleader handles midterms, media and the Super Bowl.

Zanders is accused of breaking into a home in Baton Rouge, pushing his father off, taking his keys and fleeing in his car, according to documents obtained by The Advocate.

Police pursued Zanders, hurtling through East and West Baton Rouge parishes, after attempting to pull over the suspect during a traffic stop.

Zanders reportedly ran several red lights and reached speeds of 110 mph, according to documents obtained by KSLA.

The suspect was eventually caught on Interstate 10 after his car stalled, according to documents obtained by The Advocate.

“He brought the chain of events into play,” Clayton told The Advocate.

“He’s responsible for all the reactions to his actions. He’s facing two counts, and if that poor kid doesn’t survive, he’ll face another.”

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Cauthron was fairly new to the Addis Police, joining the department in February 2022. See the article : RIT Cheerleaders place first at Spirit Against Cancer competition – Rochester Institute of Technology Athletics. He previously worked at the Pointe Coupee Parish Sheriff’s Office.

He is currently on administrative leave, according to Clayton.

“That cop has a lot of questions to answer regarding his speed and his total negligence,” Clayton said Sunday.

“The public can rest assured, we will follow the facts.”

Cauthron was arrested and booked Sunday night. He faces two counts of manslaughter and one count of wrongful injury.

He is currently being held on $100.00 bond, and Clayton reportedly plans to convene a grand jury to examine Cauthron’s actions, later this month.

Zanders is in the East Baton Rouge Parochial Jail and was charged with two counts of manslaughter, trespassing, grand theft auto and aggravated flight.

He was also charged with a second recent car theft, spokesman Sergeant L’Jean McKneely Jr. told The Advocate.

“He is facing over 100 years in prison and we plan to fully prosecute him,” Clayton told KSLA.

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