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BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) — A man accused of killing a local funeral home director in a crash in April faces a new warrant for his arrest after missing his Monday morning arraignment.

Darrien Rogers, 22, is now facing contempt of court, according to EBR District Attorney Hillar Moore.

On April 30, police began investigating a crash on Scenic Highway that killed 49-year-old Sherrel Weston. The Baton Rouge Police Department said Rogers ignored traffic signals and proceeded to run a red light on Fuqua Street where he hit Weston’s vehicle.

A minorly injured Rogers was arrested and booked into EBR Parish Prison on charges of manslaughter, aggravated flight from an officer, red light violation, and driving on the wrong side of the highway. He was later released from jail after posting a $62,000 bond.

On Monday, Moore said Roger’s current whereabouts are unknown.