CHARLES GUEST/cguest@losbanosenterprise.com
Demond Thomas tries to comfort his daughter Ja'leiah (8) during the candlelight vigil held in honor of his son Jayden Thomas on Sunday night. 10-year-old Jayden, a fifth grader at Volta Elementary School, was killed on Saturday night in a vehicle accident that occurred as Jayden was returning home from a football game. Thomas was pronounced dead at Place Rd. and B Street accident scene. The Los Banos Police Department said that DUI is believed to be a factor in the wreck and that 20-year-old Justin Nappi of Los Banos has been arrested on suspicion of felony DUI with injury, felony hit-and-run, and gross vehicular manslaughter.
CHARLES GUEST/cguest@losbanosenterprise.com Demond Thomas tries to comfort his daughter Ja'leiah (8) during the candlelight vigil held in honor of his son Jayden Thomas on Sunday night. 10-year-old Jayden, a fifth grader at Volta Elementary School, was killed on Saturday night in a vehicle accident that occurred as Jayden was returning home from a football game. Thomas was pronounced dead at Place Rd. and B Street accident scene. The Los Banos Police Department said that DUI is believed to be a factor in the wreck and that 20-year-old Justin Nappi of Los Banos has been arrested on suspicion of felony DUI with injury, felony hit-and-run, and gross vehicular manslaughter. Merced Sun-Star
CHARLES GUEST/cguest@losbanosenterprise.com Demond Thomas tries to comfort his daughter Ja'leiah (8) during the candlelight vigil held in honor of his son Jayden Thomas on Sunday night. 10-year-old Jayden, a fifth grader at Volta Elementary School, was killed on Saturday night in a vehicle accident that occurred as Jayden was returning home from a football game. Thomas was pronounced dead at Place Rd. and B Street accident scene. The Los Banos Police Department said that DUI is believed to be a factor in the wreck and that 20-year-old Justin Nappi of Los Banos has been arrested on suspicion of felony DUI with injury, felony hit-and-run, and gross vehicular manslaughter. Merced Sun-Star

Los Banos mourns boy killed in suspected DUI crash

November 06, 2012 01:48 AM

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