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Man accused in crash that killed Randolph County pregnant mother due back in court May 11


A man accused of killing a pregnant woman in a crash last month in Randolph County appeared in person for court Monday.

Steven Garrett waived formal arraignment Monday afternoon in Huntsville on charges related to an April crash east of Moberly.

His next court date is at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, May 11 at the Randolph County Courthouse.

He was charged with two counts of second-degree murder for the death of 22-year-old Maya Stillwell and her unborn child. Garrett is also charged with DWI and armed criminal action.

According to a Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report, Garrett was driving westbound on Route M just east of Moberly when he crossed into the eastbound lane and hit a car with two adults and a child head-on.

Randolph County ambulances took 23-year-old Conar Maylee and a 2-year-old to University Hospital in Columbia with moderate injuries.

VIDEO: Case update from April 10

According to the crash report.

Garrett has a history of driving under the influence, with convictions of DWI in 2005 and 2008.

Check back for updates to this developing story.

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