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Driver who hit cyclist in Piti released from jail

by Mindy Aguon

Guam - 19-year-old Stephanie Herring has been released from jail to a third-party custodian.  She appeared for a bail hearing this morning in the Superior Court of Guam, asking to be released from jail.  On Sunday after spending the night at a friend's house after partying, herring struck 24-year-old Brandon Norris, who was riding his bike in the Piti area. She told police she fell asleep at the wheel.

Norris had to be medically transported off-island for further treatment and is recovering at Tripler Hospital in Hawaii.  Herring faces numerous charges to include driving under the influence of alcohol, reckless driving with injuries and DUI with a .08 blood alcohol content level.

Part of the conditions of her release is that Herring cannot consume alcohol or drive.

A preliminary hearing is scheduled for July 2.

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