A Leola man admitted in Lancaster County Court Tuesday to being under the influence of alcohol and marijuana when he crashed his car at a high speed and injured himself and three passengers.
Alexis M. Felix, 22, pleaded guilty to three counts of vehicular aggravated assault while DUI and related counts regarding the Sept. 18, 2015 crash in Upper Leacock Township, according to the Lancaster County district attorney's office.
Felix was driving over 100 mph in the posted 40 mph zone, passengers said, before his BMW veered off New Holland Pike (Route 23) and into two trees near Snake Hill Road. A passenger told police the speedometer indicated 130 mph at one point.
One passenger was ejected from the car. All three sustained serious injuries. Two had skull fractures.
Felix admitted to drinking alcohol and smoking marijuana prior to driving. He had a .086 percent blood-alcohol content and an active component of marijuana, according to the district attorney's office.
Lancaster County Judge Joseph Madenspacher accepted the plea and will order sentence after a background check is completed in about two months, according to the district attorney's office.
Felix pleaded guilty to three counts of vehicular aggravated assault while DUI, four counts of misdemeanor DUI and three summary citations.
East Lampeter Township police Officer Bryan Kondras filed charges.