Man wanted in fatal Snellville accident

SNELLVILLE - A warrant was issued Friday for the arrest of a Snellville truck driver accused of causing a deadly car accident in April.

The warrant charges Cecil Marshall II, 36, of 4588 Ashlyn Rebecca Drive with failure to yield while turning left and second degree vehicular homicide.

Marshall was reportedly turning left onto Best Friend Road from Jimmy Carter Boulevard when his tractor-trailer struck Abraham Aboagye's 1999 Chevrolet Prizm about 5:47 a.m. April 20. The Prizm was traveling eastbound on Jimmy Carter Boulevard.

According to the warrant, Marshall failed to yield when the traffic light cycled from green to yellow.

Aboagye, 39, died at the scene as a result of the accident.

According to a police report, Aboagye was wearing a seat belt and was the sole occupant of the car.

At the time of the incident a Gwinnett Police Department spokesman said there was no indication alcohol or drugs were contributing factors in the crash.

Marshall had not been arrested as of Friday, according to jail records.