News Conference on Fatal Warren Crash

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WARREN, Ohio — Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers will provide an update today on the fatal crash that killed six teens in March.

The press conference will be held at the patrol barracks in Warren Thursday afternoon. Troopers, Warren Schools superintendent and other city leaders are expected to attend.

The crash is believed to be the deadliest in Trumbull County history.

The six that died include the driver, Alexis Cayson, 19, who is the mother of a 4-year-old. Cayson did not have a driver’s license. The other passengers who did not survive are Kirklan Behner, 15, Daylan Ray, 15, Ramone White, 15, Andrique Bennett, 14, and Brandon Murray, 14. Two passengers escaped.

The owner of the Honda Passport, Marquis Stephenson, of Youngstown, reported the car stolen a day after the crash. Sources have said Stephenson may have known the Caysons.

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