Adrian Renteria arrested on driving while license suspended, bond violation charges
GUNTERSVILLE, Ala.-The man convicted of criminally negligent homicide and third degree assault after a 2013 crash has been arrested less than three months after the ruling.
The Marshall County Sheriff’s Office arrested Adrian Renteria Monday. He is charged with driving while his license was suspended, not having insurance and a bond violation. Bond was set at $500 for the first two charges. There is no bond for the bond violation.
In June a jury found Renteria guilty on four counts of criminally negligent homicide and three counts of assault in the third degree. The charges were reduced from manslaughter and second degree aggravated assault.
The July 2013 two-vehicle crash left four teens dead and several others seriously injured. The crash involved a group of 13 young people, many of whom were friends or acquaintances. The crash happened on U.S. Highway 431 as the group was headed in two vehicles to Honeycomb, a popular swimming destination near Guntersville.
Renteria’s sentencing is scheduled for October.