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Judge refuses to change bail conditions for Portsmouth teen charged in crash
The decision could possibly force the teen to return from California where he began attending college.
Judge N. William Delker rejected a request by the defense after a hearing on Thursday.
“Given the timing of the accident in this case and the uncertain nature of when or if indictments would be presented, Mr. Gross-Santos, an honor student at Portsmouth High School, continued with his plans to enter Berkeley City College with classmates,” Cotrupi said in court papers.
Cotrupi said in court papers that keeping Gross-Santos home made little sense while the case works its way through the court system over several months.
According to a police affidavit, Gross-Santos attended a house party in Ipswich, Mass. the night before the crash, where he drank five to seven alcoholic beverages. He told police officers at the scene that he was awake until 4 a.m. and slept for a couple of hours before heading back to Portsmouth High School for graduation rehearsal, according to police.
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