Connely Rene Burns

Crystal Boyett (inset) was driving her Camaro in excess of 100 mph.

UPDATE: After three days of testimony, a Hardin County jury found 41-year-old Crystal Boyett guilty of manslaughter for the death of 20-year-old Connely Burns related to the Feb. 3, 2014 car crash that killed Burns, her unborn son Tyson, and her 15-year-old sister, Courtney Ray Sterling. Boyett was taken into custody Thursday afternoon, April 23.


A Hardin County grand jury has indicted 40-year-old Crystal Lummus Boyett, of Kirbyville, on three counts of manslaughter — for the deaths of 21-year-old Connely Rene Burns, her unborn son, Tyson, and Burns’ 15-year-old sister, Courtney Ray Sterling — and one count of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon for injuries the girls' mother, Dawn Ster

Police say Boyett's Camaro was traveling at well over 100 mph.

UPDATE: Dawn Sterling, the mother of sisters Connely Renee Burns and Courtney Ray Sterling — who died in a Lumberton auto accident Feb. 3 — was severely injured in the crash but survived.