California: Larry Dean Boyd faces manslaughter charges in fatal DUI crash in Stanislaus County

Larry Boyd facing DUI manslaughter charges in fatal crash in Stanilaus County jail CHP.

02/14/2019 Pending Charge: 191.5(A) PC Case No: CR19001271 Bail: $250,000 Court
Dt: 02/22/2019
Charge: 23153(A) VC Case No: CR19001271 Bail: INCLUSIVE Court
Dt: 02/22/2019 Charge: 23153(B) VC Case No: CR19001271 Bail: INCLUSIVE Court
Dt: 02/22/2019

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Passenger in Larry Boyd’s pickup died in crash with disabled pickup

The man was identified by the Stanislaus County Coroner’s Office as 64-year-old Robert Dale Rodgers. He was taken to Memorial Medical Center, where he died.

California Highway Patrol

FROM MODESTO BEE – A crash Wednesday night east of Riverbank has a Salida man facing charges of gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated. His passenger, also a Salida man, suffered fatal injuries.

The crash occurred about 7 p.m. on Claribel Road east of Langworth Road. The California Highway Patrol report on the incident says Larry D. Boyd, 56, was driving a 1982 Chevrolet Silverado west on Claribel when he approached a disabled 2016 Ford F-150 pickup that was partially blocking the lane.

The driver of the pickup, 23-year-old Travis Chamberlain of Portola, had his flashing hazard lights on to warn approaching vehicles. Boyd failed to notice the truck and struck it, the CHP said.

The Silverado continued west, went off the road and into the north ditch along Claribel. The impact of the Chevy hitting the Ford badly damaged the Chevy’s cab, causing fatal injuries to Boyd’s passenger, the CHP said.