After Fatal February Crash, 17-Year-Old Booked By LAPD

A minor that was involved in a fatal crash back in February has been booked by the police on suspicion of vehicular manslaughter. Because he is a minor, however, only 17 years old, his name has not been released, according to this report from CBS LA.

A fatal crash in West Los Angeles left a 32-year-old woman dead, and now the young man responsible has been charged with manslaughter. This crash happened on February 17. A woman driving a silver Lexus was turning onto Overland Avenue from Olympic Boulevard when a black Lamborghini SUV, driven by the teen, crashed into the Lexus. The woman died as a result of the crash, while the teen also suffered from severe injuries.

He was booked on suspicion of manslaughter on February 23, but, him being a minor, the police were unable to hold him if he wasn’t officially charged. This has now happened.

Meanwhile, the father of the boy has taken to the news and Instagram to apologize to the family of the victim. At the same time, the friends and family of the woman who died plan to hold a rally at the site of the crash after the funeral. The purpose of the rally to seek justice. The boy committed an adult crime, they say, so he should be charged as an adult.

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