Gary Lee Hosey
A 25-year-old man has been sentenced on charges stemming from a crash that killed four people last year at a Las Vegas bus stop.
The man accused of killing four people waiting for a bus in September has pled guilty to five felony driving under the influence counts
In what has become a regular occurence involving accused murderer and drunk driver Gary Lee Hosey, his arraignment was delayed yet again Wednesday at the Regional Justice Center.
Defense Attorneys have withdrawn from the case of a 24-year-old man accused of driving under the influence when he crashed a speeding car full of friends into a crowded bus stop, killing four people and injuring eight.
Prosecutors say a third blood test shows a 23-year-old driver had a blood-alcohol level of 0.087 percent when he plowed a car into a crowded Las Vegas bus stop, killing four people.
Gary Lee Hosey Jr. will remain in custody on $4 million bail.
The man accused of killing four people last week has admitted to police that he had been drinking and was speeding at the time of the accident
Police have identified the man accused of slamming his car into a southwest valley bus stop, killing four people and injuring eight others