Columbus man charged with vehicular homicide in November Moon Road crash

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CORRECTION: Edward Lunsford is charged with the death of 20-year-old Noah West. — Chuck Williams

A Columbus man is facing a vehicular homicide charge in connection with the November death of a motorcyclist on Moon Road.

Edward Lunsford, 64, appeared in Columbus Recorder’s Court to face charges of second-degree vehicular homicide and running a stop sign. The vehicular homicide charge is a misdemeanor.

Columbus police say that Lunsford ran a stop sign on Moon Road late on the afternoon of Nov. 26.

That resulted in the death of 20-year-old Noah West. He died of blunt force trauma injuries suffered in the crash.

Lunsford was driving an SUV at the time he hit M

If convicted, Lunsford could face up to a year in jail and up to $1,000 in fines.

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