VIDEO: Overspeeding driver, Monte Henderson, was released on bail of $200k after killing mother, Laticha Bracero, and daughter, Alyssa Cordova, in viral security footage after leaving Drake concert KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Tuesday, February 27, 2024

VIDEO: Overspeeding driver, Monte Henderson, was released on bail of $200k after killing mother, Laticha Bracero, and daughter, Alyssa Cordova, in viral security footage after leaving Drake concert

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Overspeeding driver, Monte Henderson, was released on bail of $200k after killing mother, Laticha Bracero, and daughter, Alyssa Cordova, in viral security footage after leaving Drake concert.

Bracero was pronounced dead at the scene, and Cordova died shortly after being rushed to hospital, police said. 

Henderson was also hospitalized in the crash and was listed as being in critical condition at the time. 

In his charging documents, St Louis police officer Matthew Wieczorek argued that Henderson should remain in custody as he was believed to be a danger to the community and would likely not appear for a summons. 

But Llewellyn disagreed, and set his bond at $200,000, or 10 percent cash, as he has no prior felonies. 

After the charges were brought, Henderson's attorney said in a statement: 'This is a very tragic accident, Monte is very upstanding young man; involved in academics and sports.' 

In response, St Louis Police Chief Robert Tracy told the St Louis Business Journal: 'He's going to be held accountable. He destroyed families, killed two people.'  

Cousin Anais Nieves called Cordova one of her closest cousins.

“Everyone loved her,” Nieves said. “She brought your spirits up just being around her.”

“I remember her and her mom living with me and my mom at one point when we were younger,” said Nieves. “It’s still to this day one of my favorite memories. We used to be inseparable.”

Cordova and Bracero were “super close,” said a family friend, who identified herself only as Ana.

But cousins and friends spoke about the two.

Jordan Carrion, who grew up with Cordova, said she and her mother were “amazing, sweet people.” He said Bracero was like a second mom who helped raise him and his siblings.

“Lety was always there helping others, always giving the best advice,” Carrion said. “Even if it was advice you didn’t want to hear.”

Bracero was pronounced dead at the scene, and Cordova died shortly after being rushed to hospital, police said. 

Henderson was also hospitalized in the crash and was listed as being in critical condition at the time. 

In his charging documents, St Louis police officer Matthew Wieczorek argued that Henderson should remain in custody as he was believed to be a danger to the community and would likely not appear for a summons. 

But Llewellyn disagreed, and set his bond at $200,000, or 10 percent cash, as he has no prior felonies. 

After the charges were brought, Henderson's attorney said in a statement: 'This is a very tragic accident, Monte is very upstanding young man; involved in academics and sports.' 

In response, St Louis Police Chief Robert Tracy told the St Louis Business Journal: 'He's going to be held accountable. He destroyed families, killed two people.'  

Llewellyn previously faced backlash in 2018 after sentencing a woman to only two years' probation, when one of her daughters fatally shot their sibling when she left a loaded gun out and passed out on drugs, reported STL Today.


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