The company owned by a South Carolina man charged with murder after his speeding Maserati plowed into a house and killed a man has been sold.
The Greenville News reports Saturday that SDI Networks has been purchased by AT-NET Services, an information technology company based in Charlotte. Terms of the sale have not been made public.
Police say Ludwig was driving more than 85 mph and lost control of his Maserati April 25. The car sped across a field before plowing into the back of 62-year-old Frederic Bardsley’s home.
Bardsley was killed. His wife, who was upstairs, was unhurt, and Ludwig suffered minor injuries.
Ludwig’s attorneys have said their client lost control after swerving to miss several deer.
The Associated Press