Charges dropped against East Quogue teen in fatal DWI crash

EAST QUOGUE - ? Charges against a teen accused of driving drunk and killing his friend have been dismissed.

Taylor Geib was arrested last year after crashing into a parked car in East Quogue.

The 18-year-old had been charged with DWI, but toxicology tests showed no alcohol in his blood. The charges were dropped.

Geib was later indicted for criminally negligent homicide.

Geib?s friend and passenger, Cameron Nicholls, 18, died in the crash.

Investigators say Geib was speeding, but a judge ruled that speeding alone is not criminal behavior.

East Quogue teen charged with DWI in fatal crash

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