Trial is reset for a Nebraska Panhandle man charged with vehicular homicide and manslaughter in the death of his passenger who officials say stuck his head out the window and a hit a road sign.
SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. (AP) - KNEB radio in Scottsbluff (http://bit.ly/JfGhFw ) says the bench trial of 19-year-old Bryan Bloom, of Henry, which had been set for later this month, is now scheduled for June.
Authorities say Bloom was driving a van to Torrington, Wyo., in June 2011 when his passenger, 18-year-old Johrdan Stone, was killed.
Bloom told police he didn't know Scott had been hurt until they arrived at a home in Torrington. Stone died of neck and head injuries.
Officials say Bloom was driving drunk. Court documents show Stone also had been drinking.
Information from: KNEB-AM, http://www.kneb.com
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