(FOX19) - An Anderson man's bond was set at $250,000 Thursday and new details were revealed regarding the April crash that killed a teenage boy.
16-year-old Damion Henderson was thrown from Larry Molloy's vehicle in March and suffered fatal injuries in an accident on I-275. Molloy has been charged with Aggravated Vehicular Homicide for Henderson's death.
Molloy's alleged first actions after the crash were to gather cans of an alcoholic beverage and throw them over an overpass, Assistant Hamilton County Prosecutor Rick Gibson told FOX19.
"The way it was described to me, to almost get out of the vehicle and step over this poor dying child and then go throw something off the bridge," Gibson said.
Molloy repeatedly told responding officers he was not intoxicated, Gibson claimed. He said Molloy was given a sobriety test but spit out the testing device and refused to go further.
Gibson said there is additional evidence that Molloy was under the influence, but the prosecution plans to bring up his refusal to take a sobriety test during the trial.
Authorities arranged a meeting last Friday where Molloy turned himself in. He will appear in court again on July 7.