UPDATE, 11:25 a.m.: Alexis Woods was arraigned on the manslaughter charge Friday morning by Justice of the Peace Bill Cooke.
Cooke set Woods' bond at $1 million.
Killeen police arrested one of the two drivers in connection with a fatal November crash on Trimmier, according to a Killeen Police Department news release late Thursday.
Alexis Jillian Woods was charged with manslaughter, and arrested without incident at her home in Harker Heights on Thursday, the release stated.
Woods, 17, and Tyrone Floyd Moore Jr., 18, were each indicted Wednesday on a charge of racing on highway causing death, a second-degree felony, the Herald reported Thursday.
Woods is currently in the Killeen City Jail awaiting arraignment on the manslaughter charge, the release stated.
Woods was driving a Chevy Camaro at a high rate of speed on Nov. 13 and broadsided the passenger side of a Ford Taurus, killing Michael Lockett, 60, of Chicago, and Francine Winbush, 66, of Killeen, according to a Texas peace officer’s accident report.
KPD spokeswoman Carroll Smith referred questions on the status of Moore to the district attorney’s office.
The Herald previously reported that Justice of the Peace Bill Cooke originally recommended $1 million bonds for Woods and Moore.
In December, Moore’s bond was lowered to $100,000, and soon after, he was no longer in jail.
Also in December, Woods’ bond was lowered to $150,000 and soon she also was no longer in the Bell County Jail, according to online jail records.