No one is saying.
No additional charges will be filed in connection with a Feb. 21 accident that injured five Pacific Grove High School students, including 18-year-old Chelsie Hill, who was partially paralyzed.
While the driver of the vehicle, Aaron Corn, 18, faces felony drunken driving charges, Carr said no one will be charged with furnishing alcohol that Corn allegedly drank before he crashed into a tree off rain-slickened Skyline Drive.
“We don’t have the evidence to support a furnishing (alcohol to a minor) charge against an adult,” Carr said. “We don’t have any information to hold an adult responsible.”
According to records obtained by The Herald, Monterey police investigated reports that a 21-year-old acquaintance purchased two 30-packs of Keystone beer at Rite Aid in Pacific Grove and gave them to the teenagers. The allegation was not supported by security video from the store, and the man denied involvement.