Investigation into KMart hill crash nets one arrest


The investigation into the four-car crash at the bottom of Kmart Hill last March resulted in an arrest yesterday.

Witnesses say that Bryce Malloy, an active US Army member, was speeding down Kmart Hill.

Veering right into San Vitores Road, Malloy’s car struck the island and went airborne, striking a second vehicle, court documents state.

The victim, struck by Malloy’s airborne vehicle, reported that she had just left a club in Tumon and was headed home, preparing to make a left up Kmart Hill. She recalled being struck by another vehicle.

Based on the report, she lost consciousness because the next thing she remembered was waking up in the hospital, sustaining several injuries.

Another victim of the crash reported that they were traveling on the outer lane when he saw Malloy’s car hit the front of his car. He, too, stated that he lost consciousness and sustained injuries.

Investigation into the crash determined Malloy was going more than 50 miles per hour and had a blood alcohol content level of 0.332, which is 0.252 over the legal limit.

According to the official Magistrate’s Report, Malloy has been arrested for several offenses related to vehicular negligence, reckless driving, and driving under the influence.

Malloy has been booked and detained.