Man charged with murder for allegedly ramming car, killing 3 teens south of Corona

A memorial at the site where three teenage boys were killed in Temescal Valley when they were allegedly ramed by a man in a an apparent road rage incident. Valley News/Marc Danielian photo
RIVERSIDE (CNS) - A Corona-area man accused of chasing down and ramming a car occupied by six teenagers, causing the vehicle to slam into a tree, killing three of the boys, was charged Thursday with three counts of murder and other offenses.Anorag Chandra, 42, was arrested in the predawn hours Monday following a California Highway Patrol investigation into the deadly collision.Along with the murder counts, Chandra is charged with three counts of attempted murder. He's being held without bail at the Robert Presley Jail in Riverside and is slated to make his initial court appearance Thursday afternoon at the Riverside Hall of Justice.The defendant allegedly killed Daniel Hawkins, Jacob Ivascu and Drake Ruiz — all 16. Ivascu was from Riverside; the other two from Corona. A 13-ye
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