On the night of the crash, Myer was traveling the wrong way on the Ohio 844 ramp and entered I-675 North, police said. The 2004 Jaguar X Type that he was driving collided head-on with a 2002 Acura driven by 23-year-old Paige Patrick.
Paige Elizabeth Patrick was killed in the June 21, 2019 wrong-way crash on I-675 North in Beavercreek. CONTRIBUTED
Patrick was in her third year studying art history and religion at WSU. A 2013 Vandalia Butler High School graduate, Patrick worked at a T-Mobile store and was an ordained minister.
According to social media profiles, Myer worked for the Air Force Financial Systems Office at WPAFB. He attended WSU’s graduate school and studied accounting, finance and business management at Husson University, a private school in Bangor, Maine.
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About three weeks after the crash, Beavercreek police told this news organization that alcohol was a suspected factor in the crash, but more investigation was necessary before it could be presented to the prosecutor’s office.
When the report was given to the prosecutor’s office in late July, Haller asked the public for help in providing more details about Myer’s activities in the hours prior to the crash.
On Sept. 18, prosecutors presented the evidence investigators had gathered in the case to the grand jury.