A Biddeford man accused of killing his mother by running her over with his pickup truck last year has been indicted on three felony charges, including manslaughter.

Shane Jones, 26, was arrested by Biddeford police about a week after striking his mother with his truck on Nov. 23. He was charged at the time with leaving the scene of a fatal crash and reckless conduct with a motor vehicle.

A York County grand jury indicted Jones on those earlier charges and added the Class A felony manslaughter charge, the York County District Attorney’s Office said late Monday afternoon.

Jones is accused of killing his mother minutes after she argued with him about money and followed him and his girlfriend out of the family’s home at 6 Brackett St. in Biddeford. His mother, 49-year-old Kimberly Jones, stood at the passenger window of the vehicle as her son backed it out of the driveway, according to an affidavit filed by Biddeford police Patrolman Scott LaBrecque at York County Superior Court in Alfred.

Jones’ sister, Shawna, who also lives at the house, told police she heard a “thud” and saw her mother lying face down in the driveway after her brother sped away in the truck toward Graham Street, LaBrecque said in the affidavit.

Jones has been held on $50,000 cash bail at the York County Jail since his arrest on Nov. 28. He appeared in court via video link from the jail on Dec. 1, but was not required to enter a plea to the two earlier charges.

Jones will appear in Superior Court to be arraigned on all three charges, but it was not immediately clear whether a court date has been set. The courthouse was closed Monday because of the snowstorm.

If convicted, Jones faces up to 30 years in prison on the manslaughter charge and up to five years in prison on each of the other charges.

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