Police examine a deadly crash on May 9, 2017.( Isaac Torres/FOX5). LAS VEGAS( FOX5) -. A second-degree murder charge was submitted versus a male accused of owning while high up on cannabis during a deadly crash in the west Las Vegas Valley earlier this month.
The Clark County District Attorney’s office stated Thursday that Ronald Leavell, 47, also drove in excess of 100 miles per hour in a property area prior to striking another vehicle at a four-way stop near Tropicana Opportunity and Fort Apache Road on < a href="
http://www.fox5vegas.com/story/35383449/driver-suspected-of-impairment-after-deadly-west-las-vegas-crash” > May 9. Twenty-six-year-old Gerardo Villicana Jr. passed away as an outcome of the crash. In a press release, District Attorney Steve Wolfson said Mr. Leavell” acted in total and willful disregard of the rights and safety of anybody and everybody in his distance.” He described that thinking raises the case to murder.” This disaster rises to a level far greater than your normal DUI case,” said Wolfson.” The total disregard for human life can not, and will not, be endured. Leavell’s actions sob out for serious repercussions. “Leavell was originally booked on owning under the
influence. His bail was set for$ 250,000. He was arranged for a felony arraignment on Thursday. Copyright 2017 KVVU (KVVU Broadcasting Corporation).
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