A local teen arrested after a deadly crash is being released from juvenile custody. 16-year-old Michael Mosley, son of District Court Judge Donald Mosley, will be going home. He was involved in a deadly crash that killed 15-year-old Coronado High School student Olivia Hyten.
Mosley will be released, but under the judge's order he will be under house arrest with a GPS tracking unit.
There have been allegations that Mosley and another driver were street racing when the other driver lost control of his vehicle and flipped over, killing Hyten. Although Mosley was not the driver of the car that rolled, police did find alcohol in his system as well as a spring loaded knife.
Mosley has been previously charged with reckless driving and possession of a firearm. Several months ago, he was found with an airsoft pellet gun on school property.
Both of Mosley's parents were in court pleading with the judge for their son's release.