Roswell man’s arraignment rescheduled for Monday

PNT staff

The arraignment of a Roswell man accused of vehicular homicide in connection with the death of a two-week-old baby was postponed Wednesday due to a scheduling conflict.
Brian Moshier, 40, is charged with homicide by vehicle involving driving while intoxicated, knowingly leaving the scene of an accident result in death, and tampering with evidence.
Police said he drove a tractor trailer rig into the back of a compact car around 3 a.m. Aug. 5 on U.S. Highway 70, causing the death of Angel Martinez, who was traveling with his parents.
The judge assigned to the case, 9th Judicial District Judge Bill Bonem, had to cover the court schedule of another judge in Clovis on Wednesday.
The arraignment has been rescheduled for Monday at 1 p.m. at the Roosevelt County Courthouse.