NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD)- A man who allegedly killed an off-duty Charleston County Sheriff’s Office Deputy has been given a surety bond after he turned himself in to the North Charleston Police Department on Monday.
Ryan Dalesandro (25) was given a $50,000 bond after he surrendered himself to authorities. He faces a reckless homicide charge, according to NCPD.
The deadly crash involving off-duty sheriff deputy LeRhonda Bomar happened on June 14 around 6:30 p.m. at the intersection of Rivers Avenue and Greenridge Road.
Dalesandro was not deemed a flight risk, but was given a no contact order to Bomar’s family from the judge.
Bomar was headed west on Rivers Avenue and was turning left onto Greenridge Road when Dalesandro, traveling east at a high speed, failed to yield right of way and slammed into the other motorist, according to an accident report provided by police.
“According to investigators, Dalesandro was traveling 86 m.p.h. seconds before the collision,” police said.