(COLERAIN TOWNSHIP, OH) --
Update: Charles Mason was arraigned in court on Wednesday. His bond was set at a half million dollars.
Update: Police have charged Charles Mason with two counts of aggravated vehicular homicide, carrying a concealed weapon and possession of drugs. he will be in court on Monday morning.
The Hamilton County Sheriff's Office says alcohol and possibly drugs may have been factors in a crash that killed two people early Saturday morning in Colerain Township.
29-year-old Matthew Shelton and 21-year-old Makenzie Kirby, both of Cincinnati, were killed when their car was hit head on in the 10300 block of Pippin Road. Investigators say a van traveling north crossed the center line and caused the accident. The van was driven by 40-year-old Charles Mason of Cincinnati.