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Bail set for New Mexico man involved in crash that killed 2 people

Bail set for New Mexico man involved in crash that killed 2 people

The Associated Press
October 23, 2018 07:15 PM

LAS VEGAS (AP) - A judge says a 39-year-old New Mexico man can be freed from jail on $300,000 bail while he faces driving under the influence and child neglect charges in a freeway crash that killed two people outside Las Vegas.

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Antonio Romualdo-Macedo of Albuquerque remained jailed in Las Vegas after appearing Tuesday before a judge who set a Dec. 5 preliminary hearing of evidence in the case.

The judge said if he's released he must serve house arrest and wear a GPS monitor.

Romualdo-Macedo is accused of driving drunk with a 4-year-old in a child seat in a BMW that slammed into a disabled Honda sedan early Aug. 28 on Interstate 11 near Boulder City.

Authorities say 49-year-old Jennifer Rene Taylor-Beasinger of Henderson and 43-year-old Julius Milton Blankenship died in the crash.

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