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Woman charged in fatal wreck pleads not guilty

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From Post staff reports
LEBANON -- A woman charged in a fatal wreck that occurred on East High Street and Cedar Street in July, pleaded not guilty on Monday to all counts while she remains in custody without bail.

Barbara Lee Mayfield, 44, waived her right to appear in court and her attorney, Adam Parrish, entered the not guilty pleas on her behalf. Mayfield is charged with two counts of vehicular homicide and a third DUI.

On Friday, July 29, Mayfield was determined by the Lebanon Police Department to be driving under the influence when she reportedly struck two cars before hitting a building at the intersection of East High Street and Cedar Street.

Alton B. Brant Barrett, 4, and his grandfather, James A Chuck Barrett, 69, were killed in the crash.

Mayfield remains in custody without bail on her DUI charge and reportedly was driving on a revoked license in July for two previous DUI charges. A disposition date has been set for Feb. 13, 2012.

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