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Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- An report released by police details the arrest of Justin Caramanica, accused of impaired driving after the death of a 12-year-old trick-or-treater in Summerlin.
Police describe how Caramanica smelled of alcohol and had glassy eyes, dilated pupils and slurred speech when officers reached the scene.
"Caramanica started speaking in an excited and confused state, describing why he was traveling at a high rate of speed down Sandstone Bluffs," the report said.
An officer conducted a field sobriety test on Carmanica, which he failed. Police arrested him for felony DUI and was taken to the Clark County Detention Center.
When he got to CCDC, he registered a .068 on a breath test. A Drug Recognition Expert recognized that Caramanica was also under the influence of a narcotic analgesic, which also impairs the ability to operate a motor vehicle.