CHICAGO (STMW) — The second man accused of street racing and crashing into a minivan, killing two parents and injuring their three children, was ordered held on $1 million bail Tuesday.

Douglas McGrew, a 25-year-old Robbins man, had been hospitalized after the Thursday evening crash in a residential neighborhood of the south suburb, according to Robbins police.

McGrew faces reckless homicide charges along with 41-year-old Lynwood resident Craig Stevenson, whose bail also was set at $1 million at a Sunday hearing.

Craig Stevenson. (Credit: Cook County Sheriff.)

Craig Stevenson. (Credit: Cook County Sheriff.)

Stevenson allegedly was behind the wheel of a Nissan Altima racing McGrew’s Buick Regal north on Central Park Avenue when both cars blew a stop sign and collided with a minivan heading west at the intersection with 137th Street, Cook County prosecutors said.

The minivan’s 43-year-old driver, Cherise Davis-Jones, and her 59-year-old husband, Less Jones – both of the 13400 block of South Hamlin in Robbins – were pronounced dead within hours of the crash.

Their three children in the back seat — ages 6, 7 and 8 — suffered injuries ranging from bruises to a broken leg, police said.

Less Jones III, Cherise Davis-Jones, and their three children, Chloe, Josh, and Less Jones IV. (Family Photo)

Less Jones III, Cherise Davis-Jones, and their three children, Chloe, Josh, and Less Jones IV. (Family Photo)

McGrew was also charged with two counts of aggravated DUI. He appeared in court Tuesday, where his bond was set at $1 million, according to the Cook County sheriff’s office.

Both men are due back in court Sept. 18.

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