CORRECTION: An earlier version of this story said Lt. Crabb cited the Bush twins for underage drinking, when it was actually another police officer, Mark Gil, who wrote the formal citations.
Lt. Clay Crabb, the Austin police lieutenant killed in a car crash Wednesday, responded to one of Austin's most noted 911 calls.
President George W. Bush's twin daughters, Jenna and Barbara, were cited for underage drinking at Chuy's Tex-Mex restaurant on Barton Springs Road in 2001. The manager called 911 when he believed a group of patrons had illegally purchased alcohol with a fake ID.
Lt. Crabb was one of the officers who responded to the call, according to a spokesperson with the Austin Police Department.
Jenna and Barbara Bush, both 19 at the time, and a friend, Jesse Day-Wickham, were all issued citations for the incident. Jenna was cited for misrepresentation of age by a minor. Her sister and 20-year-old Day-Wickham were both cited for possession of alcohol by a minor.
Crabb’s name was mentioned specifically in the biography Laura Bush: An Intimate Portrait of the First Lady, written by Ronald Kessler.
Early Wednesday morning, Crabb's car was struck broadside by a pickup as he was driving in to work. Though it was raining, investigators haven’t indicated if the weather was a factor.