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(KSL News) The teenage driver accused of hitting and killing three members of a Salt Lake family will stay in juvenile detention.
Seventeen-year-old Cameron White was allegedly driving drunk on February 9 when his car collided with the Williams' family car.
A judge made the decision to keep White in custody at a detention hearing today. White has been in juvenile detention since he was taken into custody.
Prosecutors charged White with four counts of vehicular homicide, including one count for Michelle Williams' unborn baby.
Whether White will be tried as an adult or juvenile still has not been decided.