Lagrant Pegram, left, is shown Thursday with his defense attorney, Lee Rousso, during his arraignment at the Kent Regional Justice Center on a charge of vehicular homicide in the death of Emmanuel Franco, 21, of Federal Way.
Lagrant Pegram, left, is shown Thursday with his defense attorney, Lee Rousso, during his arraignment at the Kent Regional Justice Center on a charge of vehicular homicide in the death of Emmanuel Franco, 21, of Federal Way. The Olympian
Lagrant Pegram, left, is shown Thursday with his defense attorney, Lee Rousso, during his arraignment at the Kent Regional Justice Center on a charge of vehicular homicide in the death of Emmanuel Franco, 21, of Federal Way. The Olympian

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