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UPDATE: Woman Charged With Manslaughter For Deadly Car Crash In Osceola County

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An Osceola County woman has been found and charged with manslaughter after fleeing from a car crash that killed one of her passengers.

The accident happened Saturday around 5:00 p.m. in Osceola County's Marion Township.

The 21-year-old woman was driving with three young girls when the car crashed.

Police say a 13-year-old girl, Jasmine Rogers, was pronounced dead at the scene.

Another 13-year-old girl was in critical condition and had to be airlifted to Butterworth Hospital in Grand Rapids. 

And a 12-year-old girl was transported to Munson Hospital for non life threatening injuries. 

Sunday police found the suspect in a Clare County home she had broken into.

The woman surrendered to police and was arrested.

Audreyonna Humphries was arraigned and now faces several charges including homicide-manslaughter and failure to stop at a scene of accident-when at fault-resulting in death. 

Humphries is held in $100,000 bond. 

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