Eddie John Camacho allegedly ran a red light and struck the unsuspecting cyclist as he was walking his bike across the cross walk.
Guam – The man accused of running a red light and killing cyclist Eric Bell is facing additional charges in Superior Court.
A superseding indictment was handed down on 23-year-old Eddie John Camacho earlier this month.
He now faces charges of manslaughter, vehicular homicide, negligent homicide, reckless driving with injuries, disobey of a traffic signal, obstructed or reduced view: windshield, speeding, imprudent driving and failure to yield.
Police say Camacho ran a red light and struck Bell as he was walking his bicycle along a cross walk on Route 1 near the Micronesia Mall.
The accident happened on June 2. Bell died about two weeks later at the Guam Regional Medical City on June 17.
Camacho’s next hearing is scheduled for August 23 at 10 am in Judge Linda Ingles’ courtroom.