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Two Months After 14-year-old's Death, No Charges Have Been Filed

Ansley Rayborn
Posted at 1:37 PM, May 07, 2015
and last updated 2015-08-25 13:20:56-04

TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) -- It has been two months since a 14-year-old Chiles High School student was killed in a car accident and the investigation is still underway.

Ansley Rayborn was ejected from the car and pronounced dead at the scene on February 7th. According to court documents, a 15-year-old was driving  and 4 other juveniles were in the car at the time of the accident. Court records show that drugs and liquor were found at the accident scene, only a few houses away from where the teens were having a party the night before.

A witnesses told investigators that they saw some of the teens in the car hide bottles of alcohol in the woods after the accident.

The probable cause document lists the 15-year-old driver as being at fault in the accident that killed Rayborn.

Investigators served a search warrant at a home on 9179 Old Chermonie Rd where they say the kids were drinking that night. According to the search warrant, deputies were looking for evidence to support charges of DUI Manslaughter, possession of marijuana, possession of alcohol under twenty-one years old, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Items Recovered during search of 9179 Old Chemonie Road:

FSU Logo Key

Empty Pill Bottle

Plastic Bag with Plant Stem

Broken Cigar

Court records show that the 15-year-old driver was seen drinking and smoking marijuana at the party prior to the accident that killed Rayborn. However, the do not say how much time was in between.

The sheriff's department says that they have not filed any charges in this case. "Many times investigations such as this take several months to complete.  This is such a case," said  Lieutenant James McQuaig in an email statement.