Judge Sets Bail For Defendant In Halloween Night Fatality

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(photo: Tate South/KXNT/CBS-Las Vegas)

(photo: Tate South/KXNT/CBS-Las Vegas)

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(Las Vegas, NV)   —  A judge has set bail for the 41-year-old man charged with felony counts of reckless and drunken driving resulting in the death of a trick-or-treater on Halloween. Police report Justin Caramanica was under the influence of alcohol and prescription drugs when his car hit and killed 12-year-old Faith Love. Caramanica told the judge he is on pain medication for a slip and fall accident.

Judge Eric Goodman orderered Caramanica on house arrest with an alcohol sensor bracelet, no driving privileges and to surrender his passport. His bail has been set at $10,000 cash with a $100,000 surety. Caramanica’s lawyer, William Terry, said his client will plead not guilty to the charges against him.

Caramanica’s next court date is set for November 10th.

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