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Coconut creek (CBSMiami) – The teenager accused of stealing a car from an Airbnb rental home in Coconut Creek and hitting and killing a dedicated young father tried to prevent the police from investigating the deadly crash.
That’s one of the new pieces of information we’re learning in the case of Gregory Holt.
The Broward State Attorney’s Office released investigative documents Wednesday in the case against Holt, who is accused of using the stolen car to cause an accident that killed Charlie Ruiz on September 25, 2016. Holt is also accused of leaving the scene of that accident.
Prosecutors released several Facebook videos showing Holt enjoying a hard partying lifestyle — drinking, smoking pot, rapping, skateboarding and having a very good time. For now, those days are over for Holt. He’s locked up in the Paul Rein Detention facility in Pompano Beach on $175-thousand bond.
Coral Springs Police say Holt and others rented a home on Airbnb to celebrate his and another person’s birthday last September. Holt apparently found the keys to the BMW inside the car and later took it for a ride. A friend from the party told police she […]