Leo Royball III Killed in Summerlin, NV Alleged Drunk Driving Wreck

Local news reports from Summerlin, NV stated that Leo Royball III, 19, was fatally injured in a car accident on July 19, 2012. Sources said that Royball was a passenger in a Ford Mustang that was allegedly being driven by Ralph Homer Corpuz, 21. Police said that Corpuz lost control of the Mustang and left the roadway at about 3:22 in the morning.

Scene of the Accident


 

The vehicle traveled across a median and crashed into a tree, leaving both Corpuz and Royball injured. After being taken to a nearby hospital, Royball was declared dead from his injuries. Police said that Corpuz was suspected of being under the influence of alcohol and arrested for a DUI resulting in death.

 

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