UPDATE: Bail was denied to Cheyenne Wyllie in a California court Monday.
A woman accused in a Central California crash that claimed the lives of two Las Vegas residents was arrested on murder charges Friday.
The California Highway Patrol in Visalia reported that Cheyenne Ray Wyllie was arrested on suspicion of second degree murder, felony driving under the influence and felony driving under the influence causing injury for the March 26 crash that killed 10-year-old Jamie Espinosa and her grandmother Angelita while critically injuring her father, George.
The Espinosa family was heading back from an Easter trip to Yosemite when CHP says Wyllie drove through a stop sign and into the family's car in Tulare, California.
Following the crash, the Providence Master Planned Community came out in support of the Espinosa family. The family lives near Fort Apache Road and Grand Teton Drive.
"When one person is taken out of our community, we are all affected by it," said Jenna Bell with Providence Master Planned Community following the crash.
A community event on April 1 gave friends and supporters an opportunity to write condolence letters to the family.
A GoFundMe account has raised more than $60,000 for the family.