Eric Sauls, 45, is being held in the this morning, without bond, after being arrested Monday. Sauls is charged with influencing a witness and subornation of perjury related to the civil litigation involving the death of his daughter, vehicular homicide victim Cheyenne Sauls, according to the Sheriff's Facebook Page.
Sauls is accused of offering a witness in the case a sum of money to provide false testimony in the upcoming civil case. Sauls was arrested at his home in Villa Rica without incident. The investigation was conducted by Sgt. Mike Howell.
Cheyenne Sauls, 16 of Villa Rica, was killed when she was thrown from a vehicle in a car crash on Pleasant Drive, near Bright Star Rd. in Douglas County in Feb. of 2011.
at least the next nine years in prison after pleading guilty to vehicular homicide and two counts of causing serious injury by vehicle for supplying alcohol to minors.
Willis was the source of the alcohol consumed by Jason Lark. Lark was in the driver of the . Sauls was a passenger in the vehicle. Lark was driving the group between drinking parties.