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Jury selected; Massey trial gets underway

A jury was selected Tuesday and proceedings will begin Wednesday morning in the nearly three-year-old vehicular homicide case against Vivian Massey of Forsyth. Massey is charged with two counts of second degree vehicular homicide and failure to stop at a stop sign. Massye was at the wheel of a 2003 Jaguar when she allegedly ran a stop sign at the intersection of Crawford and Johnstonville roads and hit a 1994 Ford pickup driven by Pearl Kemp, 67, on June 1, 2013. Mrs. Kemp was ejected and died at the scene. Her husband, 68-year-old John Kemp, was also ejected and died at Macon Medical Center. John Kemp was retired from Southern Rivers Energy. Pearl Kemp was a stalwart at Calvary Baptist Church here. Massey was treated at an area hospital after the crash but has recovered. She is represented by local attorney Eric Hearn.

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