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Teens charged for fatal Talofofo accident

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - A 16-year-old was arrested on charges of negligent homicide for the death of his passenger from an April fatal crash. The teen, whose name has been withheld pending a court hearing, was allegedly under the influence of alcohol when he drove a Nissan Altima off the road near the Talofofo Golf Resort and struck a concrete utility pole. 

The crash resulted in the death of 16-year-old Zachery Leonen. 

The Yona teen is confined at the Department of Youth Affairs on additional charges of DUI with injuries, reckless driving, underage consumption of alcohol and not having a valid driver's license.  Police also charged four other minors for underage consumption of alcohol.

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