Bradley Rein has been charged in the fatal Apple Store crash that killed a construction worker in Hingham Massachusetts. According to police reports Bradley Rein was driving a SUV when it crashed into the Apple Store that left Kevin Bradley dead and twenty more people injury. According to witnesses the SUV was travelling at nearly sixty miles per hour when it ran into the Apple store. Bradley Rein has been charged with reckless homicide by motor vehicle and reckless operation of a motor vehicle. Bradley Rein has said that the crash was an accident and was reaching for his glasses when he lost control.
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Bradley Rein, the driver in the deadly crash at an Apple store in Hingham, is now charged with reckless homicide by motor vehicle and reckless operation of a motor vehicle. His attorney said it was an “unfortunate accident.”
Plymouth District Attorney Tim Cruz said Rein, 53, was arrested Monday night “as a result of the extensive investigation” by Massachusetts State Police and Hingham Police.
Rein, who lives in Natick, pleaded not guilty at his arraignment in Hingham District Court Tuesday and ordered held on $100,000 cash bail. He was ordered not to drive and not to leave the state without the court’s permission, if he ends up posting bail
Kevin Bradley, 65, of New Jersey was killed when the SUV crashed through the glass front of the Apple store on Derby Street around 10:45 a.m. Monday. Twenty other people were hurt. Several have life-threatening and limb-threatening injuries. South Shore Hospital said eight patients were still there Tuesday and two of them remained in critical condition.
An Apple spokesperson said Bradley was “supporting recent construction at the store.” Prosecutors said Rein had no connection to Bradley or anyone else in the store at the time of the crash.
Rein’s attorney told the court it was just “an unfortunate accident.” The crash is still under investigation.
According to Vermont State Police, Rein was issued a citation for drunk driving after a crash in Roxbury, Vermont on December 29, 2020. That case was later expunged. He has no criminal record in Massachusetts.