((HT: LA Times))
Toxicology tests have detected alcohol in the blood of the driver who was with Los Angeles Angels pitcher Nick Adenhart before a deadly collision in April.
The Orange County sheriff's office says Courtney Stewart had consumed alcohol shortly before the crash but says it does not know how much.
Stewart, along with Adenhart and Henry Pearson, died when their car was broadsided April 9 in Fullerton by a minivan allegedly driven by Andrew Gallo. Police have said Gallo's blood-alcohol level was nearly three times the legal limit at the time of the crash. He has been charged with three counts of murder.
Sheriff's spokesman Jim Amormino says he did not immediately have access to the toxicology report. The coroner's office did not return a call Wednesday night.
Those of us at OSG HQ think the Gallo defense team just had their plan handed right to them...