Fraser Michael Bohm, the 22-year-old driver of the BMW that caused the deaths of four Pepperdine students last week on PCH, has pleaded not guilty to four counts of murder. He was also charged with four counts of gross vehicular manslaughter. Bohm’s attorney contends that his client was being chased in a road rage incident that forced him off the road and into parked cars that then ran into and killed the four students. Bohm passed all field sobriety tests after the crash and has “not even a traffic ticket” according to his attorney. L.A. District Attorney George Gascon said that Bohm was driving over 100 miles per hour when the crash occurred and was texting. “The investigation revealed the defendant knew his actions were dangerous to human life and deliberately acted with a conscious disregard for human life,” Gascon said. Bail was set at $6 million and then reduced to $4 million.
Malibu Driver Pleads Not Guilty to Murder of Four Pepperdine Students
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