WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — A judge this week denied a request to modify the release conditions of a Wellington teen accused of driving under the influence and causing a fatal crash that left six people dead earlier this year.
Noah Galle, now 18, is charged with multiple counts of vehicular homicide.
Investigators said he was driving a BMW 151 mph on route 441 west of Delray Beach in January, when he rear-ended an SUV, killing six farmworkers.
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His lawyers wanted his house arrest modified so he can see medical specialists in Boston.
Circuit Judge Scott Suskauer denied the motion in a Wednesday ruling.
According to Galle's arrest report, he had previously posted on social media videos of himself speeding and offering a $25 reward for those who could guess his speed.