Suspect in high speed chase that led to Trooper Werda's death will go to trial

Carl Entrekin will go to trial for manslaughter in the case involving Trooper Jeffrey Werda.

The man accused in the high speed chase that Trooper Jeffrey Werda was responding to when his car rolled over, will head to trial.

Carl Entrekin is charged with First Degree Manslaughter, Fleeing and Eluding, Driving on a Suspended license, and various drug charges for the alleged incident that happened on April 6th.

Trooper Werda from the Michigan State Police Bridgeport Post was called to help chase down a suspect, when his car rolled over. He was killed in the crash.

Wednesday, Entrekin TMs case was bound over to trial. A date has not been set yet.

This story has caused controversy on whether Entrekin should be found guilty of manslaughter. In previous stories, some NBC25 viewers have commented that Entrekin did not directly kill Trooper Werda, while others say his death is the direct result of Entrekin TMs alleged actions. What do you think? Leave us your comments.