Albuquerque Police say man high on LSD caused fatal crash on Coors

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Albuquerque Police have released new details from its investigation of a fatal crash that left one person dead Saturday morning. The victim was a long-time Domino’s Pizza employee, and police say the man who caused the crash was high on LSD.

Michael Nwora worked at the Domino’s on Coors Blvd. on the city’s west side for more than two decades. His life was taken Saturday morning, when a car slammed into his car while he was stopped at a red light at Coors Blvd. and Montaño Rd.

According to a criminal complaint – after causing the crash, Robert Bosanko made a run for it. Police said when they caught him, he was only wearing a t-shirt and underwear. At one point, he crawled on all fours at the crash scene and made a number of strange statements to officers.

Bosanko has been booked on a vehicular homicide charge, and a judge kept his bond high Sunday morning.

“I have a huge concern when I read the criminal complaint with regard to the allegations,” said Judge Michelle Castillo Dowler. “I’m finding that Mr. Bosanko is a danger he does have criminal history from Texas.”

KRQE News 13 spoke with coworkers who knew Nwora and who describe him as a loving and selfless man. The store closed early on Saturday to honor him.

Bosanko remains behind bars at the Metropolitan Detention Center.

Robert Bosanko
Robert Bosanko

 

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