Transcript for Homecoming Crash Suspect Arraigned on 2nd-Degree Murder Charges
All right, and now to that deadly homecoming parade crash in Oklahoma. The driver is now being held on $1 million bond. ABC's Ryan Owens is in stillwater, Oklahoma, with the latest. Good morning, Ryan. Reporter: Good morning to you, robin. As this college town mourns this driver made her first court appearance on Monday. The judge agreeing with prosecutors that she's a direct threat to her community but her family is rushing to her defense saying there's more to this story. The driver caught on tape plowing into a homecoming parade. 25-year-old adacia chambers is being held on a million dollars bond this morning. In court Monday she appeared via video from the jail. Only the judge could see her. Not even her own family. The little girl I raised wouldn't have been -- done something like this. Reporter: Prosecutors are awaiting toxicology results but they believe chambers was high on drugs when she got behind the wheel Saturday morning killing four and injuring a staggering 47 others at Oklahoma state university. We're gonna need a bunch of help. Reporter: Chambers' daughter insists his daughter doesn't take drugs. I'm not going to believe that until they show me proof. Reporter: Her boyfriend said she was not impaired when she left for work at this local restaurant. I've never seen her take any prescription medication, never used drugs. Reporter: The district attorney says chambers will be charged with four counts of second degree murder. One each for the retired professor and his wife, the mba student and 2-year-old boy who lost their lives. The judge ordered a psychological evaluation. Her attorney says she's mentally ill and doesn't remember the crash. I said of the people you collided with, four were killed. And she's like, okay. And that was it. Reporter: In court the prosecutor told the judge that another victim of this crash is in very grave condition at the hospital and that it's quite possible a fifth murder charge is on the way. George. My goodness, okay, Ryan, thanks very much.
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