MONROE, N.C. - A Monroe man that was killed by a suspected drunk driver will be remembered this week.
The family of Michael Aycoth is now planning his services.
Robert Jones will face a judge, charged with involuntary manslaughter and felony death by vehicle in the crash that killed Aycoth,
Troopers say Jones was going 80 mph on Highway 601 when he rear-ended Aycoth early Friday morning.
Visitation for Aycoth will be held on Tuesday at 4 p.m. at Gordon Funeral Service and Crematory in Monroe. A celebration of life will follow at 6.
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