Porsche driver accused of fatally shooting man who breached bond after tampering with alcohol monitoring system

HOUSTON – The woman accused of striking and killing a man who was walking on a sidewalk in Montrose is reported to have already violated her bond, according to the Harris County District Clerk’s Office.

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Kristina Chambers, 32, is charged with manslaughter while intoxicated.

According to the breach report, the Chambers device was supposed to wear tampering detected less than a week ago. It also reportedly detected alcohol use, although this could not be confirmed due to alleged tampering.

“The defendant was ordered to obtain a SCRAM device and to refrain from consuming alcohol and not to tamper with the device. The defendant’s SCRAM device has reported a tampering event. The confirmed tampering event occurred on 3/5/2023 at 6:52 am Alcohol was also detected during this time frame. Alcohol cannot be confirmed as consumed during this tampering event,” the breach details read.

Court documents say Chambers’ blood alcohol level was four times the legal limit when he shot and killed 33-year-old Joseph McMullin.

McMullin was walking down Westheimer Road near Voodoo Donuts on a first date.

Police said Chambers was driving a Porsche and was believed to have reached about 100 miles of speed before the accident.

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