JEFFERSON - A man from Fort Atkinson is charged with two felonies in connection with a weekend crash that killed a father and son.
Authorities say Lucas White, 22, crossed the center line and smashed into an oncoming car. He is now charged with two counts of homicide by intoxicated use of a motor vehicle.
According to a criminal complaint, Lucas admitted to 'drinking nearly non-stop since Noon' on the day of the crash. He estimated that he'd had about seven beers. He also admitted to smoking marijuana.
Lucas tested a .23 blood alcohol level. He told investigators several times that he was drunk and that he, "screwed up."
Eleno Calvillo, 41, and his son, Bailey were both pronounced dead at the scene on Highway 106 near Curtis Mill Road.
A makeshift memorial now sits near the crash scene.
At St. Joseph's Catholic School in Fort Atkinson, starting another school week isn't supposed to be this hard. "We at St. Joseph's are very sad," said Principal Dave Podmolak.
Bailey went to school at St. Joseph's. Bailey and his father were on their way to a Bucks game when White smashed into them. White, who is from Fort Atkinson, was treated and released for minor injuries.
Podmolak says the Calvillo's have three other children.
Authorities said White's pickup was westbound on Highway 106 at about 6:15 p.m. when it crossed into the eastbound lane, crashing into the Calvillo's 1995 Toyota Corolla.
Everyone involved was wearing seatbelts.