A 21-year-old man who police say drunkenly crashed his BMW in Nampa on Saturday, killing a 15-year-old girl, is charged with vehicular manslaughter.
Freddy O. Camacho-Quezada faces a $1 million bond for the single-car rollover that occurred on Orchard Avenue, just east of Lake Avenue in Nampa about 5:12 a.m.
Eight other people were packed in the 2003 BMW when Camacho-Quezada sped through a stop sign at the Lake Avenue intersection, lost control then over-corrected, sending the BMW off the north side of the roadway. It overturned several times before landing on its top in a dry canal.
Stephanie M. Rodriguez, 15, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Police believe Camacho Quezada had been drinking. He and 21-year-old Evan J. Musquiz of Caldwell were taken to Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center in Boise with injuries. Amelia Torres, 17, was airlifted to Saint Al's. and Mariah Stewart, 15, Adalina D. Torres, 17, Luis A. Padilla, 21, and Vanessa C Flores, 14, were transported by ambulance to the West Valley Medical Center in Caldwell.
Alexander C. Billos, 19, of Nampa, was not hospitalized.
Canyon County prosecutors issued a warrant for Camacho Quezada's arrest on Monday, said Joe Decker, the county spokesman.