'Drunk driver' Jayana Tanae Webb's chilling post said she loved 'who I'm becoming' before crash killed 2 state troopers

A DRIVER suspected of killing two state troopers and a pedestrian shared a chilling post shortly before the deadly crash.

Jayana Tanae Webb, 21, retweeted a message at the end of February which read: "I love who I'm becoming."

Webb was on Tuesday charged with third-degree murder and vehicular homicide while driving under the influence in an early morning crash on a Philadelphia interstate.

Trooper Martin F. Mack III and Trooper Branden T. Sisca and a civilian named as 28-year-old Reyes Rivera Oliveras of Allentown all died in a collision on Monday.

Webb also boasted to being "best drunk driver ever" in a January 15 tweet, according to reports.

She allegedly wrote: "If you ask me, I’m the best drunk driver ever."


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In a second tweet Webb also reportedly asked: "Why do the liquor store close so early."

The two troopers were killed after they were called to reports of Oliveras walking in the southbound lanes of I-95 early Monday.

Mack and Sisca were trying to take the man into custody and walk him back to their vehicle when another vehicle “traveling at a high rate of speed” struck all three, Capt. James Kemm said Monday.

“The impact was so great that it threw the troopers over into the northbound lanes of Interstate 95,” Kemm said.

The vehicle ended up on the right-side shoulder of the highway and the driver remained at the scene.

Other arriving troopers found witnesses trying to revive the victims, who were pronounced dead at the scene, Kemm said.

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State police said that the charges against Webb would also include second-degree manslaughter of a law enforcement officer, involuntary manslaughter, recklessly endangering another person and driving under the influence.

Mack, 33, enlisted in November 2014 and has been assigned to the Philadelphia barracks since 2015.

Sisca, 29, enlisted in February of last year and graduated in August.

Col. Robert Evanchick, the state police commissioner, said the troopers “made the ultimate sacrifice.”

He said both “had bright careers ahead of them, and it saddens me to know how their lives were senselessly cut short.”

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