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Arrest made for Yigo auto-pedestrian fatality

by Mindy Aguon

Guam - The Guam Police Department's Highway Patrol Division arrested 22-year-old Darryl Kemishe Rogers today. The airman faces charges of vehicular homicide, five counts of reckless driving with injuries and speeding in a posted zone. Rogers was driving a Nissan Sentra on Marine Corps Drive near Wusstig Road when he struck Benjamin Leon Guerrero Toves, 41, who was walking along the road. 

The impact caused Toves to be thrown into the oncoming lane and to be hit by another car.

Police will not release specifics of the incident, but confirm that Togers was travelling at an excessively high speed.

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