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Teenager charged in 151mph crash that killed 6 Instagram videos of himself racing

A Florida teenager was charged with the deaths of six people in a violent 151mph crash in January, and new court documents reveal he was shown racing at 182mph in his luxurious BMW on the networks social two weeks before.

Noah Galle, 18, was formally charged Monday with six counts of vehicular homicide in the Jan. 27 crash that killed six farm workers leaving work in Delray Beach, the county prosecutor said. Palm Beach, Dave Aronberg.

Each count is a second degree felony punishable by up to 15 years in prison.

The accident happened just before 11 p.m. when Galle, driving his white 2019 BMW at 151 mph, hit the back of a Nissan Rogue with six occupants inside on South State Road 7, according to an affidavit of probable cause. He was 17 at the time of the accident.

The occupants of the Nissan Rogue were leaving Pero Family Farms where they worked, documents show.

Galle’s vehicle crushed the rear of the Nissan “several feet into the passenger compartment”, the affidavit states.

The blow was so powerful that the Nissan spun toward the center median and began to “twist and turn before coming to a complete stop (upside down) in the center median,” the affidavit states.

Five of the car’s occupants were pronounced dead at the scene. A sixth died at Delray Medical Center.

The victims have been identified as Mirlaine Innocent Julceus, 45, Remize Michel, 53, Marie Michelle Louis, 60, Michel Louis Saint, 77, Filaine Dieu, 46, and Vanice Percina, 29.

Galle appeared to have his Instagram handle emblazoned on the driver and passenger side of his car, an investigator at the crash site noted, according to the affidavit.

A day after the collision, the sheriff’s office received a tip about Galle’s Instagram and TikTok posts, “in which he recorded himself driving at extremely high speeds,” the affidavit states.

The tipster sent a screenshot of a video showing the suspect speeding down Interstate 95, telling authorities Galle posted it two weeks before the crash.

A search warrant for the Instagram account led investigators to find what appeared to be the same video, showing Galle in the white BMW driving 182 miles per hour on I-95. Officials said they knew the car was the same due to the layout of the dashboard and dash.

In an edited version of this video, he wrote the caption, “first to guess MPH gets 25 cashapp”, in reference to the online payment app. Investigators noted that there were multiple posts on Instagram Messenger in reference to the “guess the mph” video. Publish.

Galle told an investigator after the accident on his way to the hospital that he was “over 120”.

However, officials conducted search warrants for both vehicles’ airbag control modules and found that Galle was traveling at 151 mph at the time of impact, while the other car was traveling at 38 mph.

“We will seek justice by vigorously pursuing this matter,” Aronberg said in a press release.

“Our hearts and prayers go out to the families of the six innocent victims of this tragedy,” he added.

Galle made his first court appearance on Tuesday. Bond was set at $300,000, $50,000 for each crash victim, and he was placed under house arrest. He was ordered to be watched by a responsible parent and banned from having contact with the families of the victims.

Galle pleaded not guilty to all charges, according to court records.

One of his attorneys, Douglas Duncan, said he does not comment on ongoing cases.