An update on the fatal wreck that killed an 8-year-old girl and an off-duty police officer on Thanksgiving Day last year.
We've learned the little girl's mother, K'Mesha Holley, has been charged in that fatal crash.
Holley was arrested Monday, charged with two counts of homicide by vehicle, reckless driving, and stop sign violation, among other charges.
Holley was released on a $14,600 bond, just hours after being booked.
Last year's wreck happened on County Line Road near Spring Flats Road in Dougherty County.
A'Daesha Holley, 8, and Dougherty County Police Officer Steve Davis were both killed.
K'mesha Holley's son Kendall was also injured in the crash.
He's now paralyzed from his waist down.
Georgia State Patrol investigated the accident.
More on this story:+ 8-year-old girl, DCP officer killed in Dougherty County crash+ Family, friends remember 8-year-old killed in crash as "well-liked"+ Investigators determine cause of fatal Thanksgiving Day wreck+ Mother of girl killed in Thanksgiving wreck charged
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