State Police report arresting a Roslindale man on charges he killed another driver on I-93 in Braintree shortly before 9 p.m. on Feb. 19.
State Police say Hedweens Quetant, 19, was on I-93 northbound and racing another driver - who has yet to be found - in his Civic and had gotten up to 120 m.p.h. when he hit the passenger side of a Tahoe driven by Michael Wojdag, 46, of Hanson, who was ejected from his SUV and died after being transported to a nearby hospital.
Two other people in the Tahoe suffered minor injuries, State Police say, adding that neither Quetant nor the other three people in his compact was injured.
Through their investigation, Troopers located multiple witnesses who reported separately that they were driving on I-93 North around the time of the crash when two vehicles, one of which they described as a dark or black sedan, drove past them at speeds they believed to be near or over 100 mph. One of the witnesses identified one of the racing vehicles as a black Honda Civic while another witness, who stopped at the scene of the crash, believed that the Civic that had crashed was one of the cars that sped by him.
Quetant was charged with manslaughter, motor-vehicle homicide by negligent operation, reckless driving, racing a motor vehicle and witness intimidation, State Police say, adding that at his arraignment, he was ordered held in lieu of $25,000 bail.