MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The man charged with DUI manslaughter in a deadly hit and run accident which claimed the life 13-year old Kaely Camacho had a blood alcohol level three times over the legal limit.
On Tuesday Miami-Dade police released the blood/alcohol test results for Sandor Guillen.
Camacho was killed when Guillen’s Land Rover T-boned her father’s minivan at U.S.1 and SW 184th Street in Southwest Miami-Dade on Friday, April 13th. Police said Guillen was driving 100 mph on the Miami-Dade busway.
After Guillen hit the Camacho’s minivan, police said his Land Rover hit a tree, spun five times and then stopped nearly 400 feet away from the original collision. Guillen then tried to run from the scene but he was caught a couple of blocks away, according to police.
A blood alcohol test administered 6:17 a.m. came back with a level of 266/100mL. A second test given an hour later returned a result of 246/100mL. The legal limit is .08/100mL
Guillen has pleaded not guilty.
Guillen posted bond April 25th after his original bond of $1 million was lowered to $205 thousand. He was released after he was fitted with an electronic monitoring device. The previous bond of $1 million was one of the highest bonds ever in state history for DUI manslaughter, according to authorities. The bond of $205,000 was also much higher than the average bond for DUI manslaughter.
By order of the judge, Guillen is not able to drink or drive under his house arrest. Guillen and his parents, who are from Nicaragua, also surrendered their passports.