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Vincent Reyes indicted man for vehicular homicide

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - A Superior Court grand jury indicted Vincent Roy Reyes on charges of manslaughter, negligent homicide, vehicular homicide, reckless driving with injuries, and speeding, among others. He was recently released from prison the day after being arrested because the Attorney General's Office did not have enough information to bring Reyes before a judge, and reports submitted by police were incomplete.

Reyes was driving a truck along Route 15 when he struck and killed Victoria Camacho, who was walking in the area.

There is currently a $10,000 warrant out for his arrest.

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