Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012 | 4:30 p.m.
- Hearing postponed in case involving fatal accident at bus stop (10-31-2012)
- Attorney says driver takes responsibility for deadly bus stop crash, denies being impaired (10-19-2012)
- Bail set at $4 million for driver in fatal bus stop crash (9-21-2012)
- Emotional vigil honors victims in fatal bus stop crash (9-21-2012)
- Defense attorneys: Man who drove into bus stop was under legal limit for alcohol (9-20-2012)
- Metro Police say driver in fatal bus stop crash is being transferred to jail (9-14-2012)
- Day after deadly crash, bus riders wonder about missing passengers (9-14-2012)
- Police ID driver in bus-stop crash that killed 4 (9-13-2012)
- After agonizing wait at bus stop crash site, daughter learns of mom’s death (9-13-2012)
The arraignment for Gary Hosey Jr., the man accused of driving drunk into a Las Vegas bus stop and killing four people, was delayed Wednesday for a second time.
The hearing was delayed until Nov. 21 while the court determines whether Hosey will be represented by a public defender, said Dayvid Figler, an attorney hired by Hosey’s family to represent him.
Figler said Hosey wants to retain his hired representation, but the cost is getting expensive for his family. Hosey appeared Wednesday morning in Clark County District Court with attorney Kristina Wildeveld, who has been representing Hosey along with Figler.
Hosey did not enter a plea during the brief hearing Tuesday, Figler said.
The deadly accident happened the morning of Sept. 13 on Spring Mountain Road near Decatur Boulevard. Metro Police say Hosey, 24, was behind the wheel of a Chevrolet Monte Carlo traveling at a high rate of speed when he apparently lost control and struck the bus stop.
Hosey remains in the Clark County Detention Center on $4 million bail.