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Suspected DUI Driver Indicted In Death Of Angels Pitcher Nick Adenhart

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According to reports by DUI lawyers in Los Angeles, the driver suspected of being under the influence in the Fullerton crash killing three people including Angels pitcher Nick Adenhart has been indicted on murder charges.

The man identified as Andrew Thomas Gallo age 22 of San Gabriel was indicted by an Orange County Grand Jury on three counts of murder, hit and run, and driving under the influence at the time of the crash. Gallo allegedly had a blood alcohol of more than twice the legal limit with a blood alcohol content of .19 at the time of the hit and run.

According to the District Attorney Office spokesperson Farrah Emami, Gallo allegedly ran a red light and struck a vehicle driven by Courtney Stewart age 20 who was killed, Nick Adenhart and passenger Henry Pearson age 25 and a law student at Manhattan Beach. Jon Wilhite was also a passenger and was injured in the crash.

The hit and run occurred on April 9th, after Adenhart had pitched one of the best games in the major league games.

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