- Associated Press - Monday, July 27, 2015

SHELBY TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) - Two 18-year-olds face minor in possession of alcohol charges in a crash that killed three other teens in a Macomb County park.

The sheriff’s office says Monday that misdemeanor warrants were issued Wednesday for Gregory Bobchick and Joseph Narra both of Shelby Township.

Convictions carry 90-day jail terms and $100 fines.

Sheriff Anthony Wickersham has said the five teens were in a Jaguar that probably was traveling more than 70 mph before it hit a guardrail May 8 at Stony Creek Metropark, 35 miles north of Detroit.

Jonathan Manolios, Emanuel Malaj and Michael Wells were killed. Each was 17.

Manolios was driving. Wickersham has said his blood-alcohol level was 0.08, which qualifies for drunken driving in Michigan.

The Associated Press was unable to reach Bobchick and Narra Monday for comment.

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