Jun

29

Gallo “Bleaked Out” Before Crash Killing Angels’ Rookie

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Transcripts were released on Friday, June 26, detailing what happened before, during and after a DUI accident that took the life of Los Angeles Angels pitcher Nick Adenhart.

The 200 page report is the first to give the details about what happened on April 9th, when Andrew Gallo crashed into a car, killing three people.

The transcript reveals that Gallo remembers having two drinks at a restaurant and three at a bikini bar, intermixed with sake shots.

While his stepbrother, Raymond Rivera, tells the court about half pitcher “Boombah” beers, 1880-brand Tequila shots and drinks of Arrogant Bastard, a “very strong” ale.

The details about what the two men drank was fuzzy. Neither could recall exactly what they drank and how much. Both men describe “bleaking out” before crashing their minivan into an Eclipse carrying Adenhart and three friends.

Courtney Steward, 20, and Henry Pearson, 25 died on the scene. Adenhart, 22, died during surgery a few hours later.

The men remember coming to 90 minutes later, with not much recollection of the night.

Last month Gallo was indicted on three counts of second-degree murder, fleeing the scene with a death or injury, driving under the influence causing injury and driving with a .08% blood alcohol level causing injury.  He has plead not guilty and remains in jail with a $2 million bail set.

Source: The Press-Enterprise, ESPN

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