Motorcyclist killed by DUI Marine on News Years Eve morning.

(Bonsall, CA) – A motorcyclist was killed by a DUI Marine on SR-76 on New Year’s Day morning according to the CHP officials located in Oceanside, CA

California Highway Patrol said the head-on crash happened on SR-76 near Monserate at around 3:54 a.m. Tuesday morning

A 25-year-old Adam Daniel Barooshian, a Camp Pendleton Marine was driving drunk in a Lexus on the two-lane 76, when he struck Christopher Williams of Oceanside who was riding a motorcycle head on early in the morning. Unfortunately, the motorcyclist died at the scene.

The Marine had minor scratches and was arrested after the CHP determined from field sobriety tests that he was under the influence and too drunk to drive.  His San Diego Jail Bail Bond was set at $100,000 and he will most likely be charged with murder.

If he doesn’t post a bail bond at the San Diego Jail he’ll have his arraignment on January 3rd at 1:30 pm at the San Diego Superior Court downtown.  Because the DUI happened and a motorcyclist was killed and not injured, he’s looking at anywhere from 10- 20 years in state prison.

Christian Bail Bonds believes no one should get behind the wheel and drive. There has also been a claim that Adam Barooshian had a previous DUI conviction in 2018. Apparently the no tolerance rules by the USMC wasn’t applied.

Call Uber or Lyft. With all the penalties and lives being lost.

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