Woman Charged with Murder in Crash that Killed White Supremacist
A Newport woman now faces a murder charge after a drunk driving crash that killed a Florence man.
Emily Sherry, 23, is in the Campbell County Detention Center and will be arraigned Thursday.
According to reports, a breathalyzer revealed that Sherry's blood-alcohol level was 0.422, more than five times the legal limit, when she crashed into another vehicle on I-275 in Wilder last month. The driver of that other vehicle, Robert Randsell, 37, died at the scene.
Ransdell, of Florence, drew attention in 2014 when he ran for U.S. Senate as a write-in candidate. His slogan, "With Jews We Lose" generated national media attention. In 2015, he was arrested in Florence during a Martin Luther King Day event.
Sherry is a graduate of Northern Kentucky University and according to WCPO, wrote for the TV station's website while a student and reporter at the campus newspaper The Northerner.