Danish Michael Graziano Dies In a Car Accident
Tragic Loss: Michael Graziano Dies in April Crash, Driver Charged with DUI Manslaughter
Explore the unfortunate details surrounding the April crash that claimed the life of Michael Graziano. Cameron Bosley, the driver, faces charges of felony DUI manslaughter. Learn about the circumstances of the accident and the legal proceedings that have unfolded.
In a heartbreaking turn of events, Michael Graziano lost his life in an April crash, and the driver, Cameron Bosley, now faces charges of felony DUI manslaughter. The incident unfolded on April 3 when Bosley’s 1994 Volvo SW collided with a dump truck, resulting in Graziano’s tragic passing on April 13.
Cameron Bosley, 25, from Dunedin, turned himself in late Sunday upon learning of a warrant for his arrest. He was subsequently charged with felony DUI manslaughter and was released on $10,000 bond on Monday afternoon.
According to Florida Highway Patrol, Bosley’s blood alcohol content at the time of the crash was determined to be 0.174. Investigators revealed that the Volvo was traveling westbound on Ulmerton Road in Largo at a high rate of speed when it crashed into the back of a dump truck around 2:30 a.m.
The State Attorney’s Office took over the case from the Florida Highway Patrol on July 17, leading to Bosley’s recent arrest. Notably, this is not Bosley’s first encounter with the law, as records from the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office show a 2005 arrest on charges of reckless driving, fleeing or eluding law enforcement at high speed, and driving with a suspended or revoked license.
Michael Graziano’s tragic fate brings a poignant reminder of his family’s earlier struggles. His brother, John Graziano, a decorated Marine, suffered a severe brain injury in a 2007 crash involving driver Nick Bollea, son of professional wrestler Hulk Hogan. John Graziano has been under the care of his mother, Debra Graziano, since the accident.
Additionally, the Graziano family faced legal turmoil last year when Ed Graziano, the father of Michael and John, pleaded no contest to charges related to an attempt to hire a hitman to murder his wife, Debra. Ed Graziano is currently serving a 10-year prison sentence.
As the legal proceedings continue, the community reflects on the tragic loss of Michael Graziano and the complex web of challenges the Graziano family has endured over the years. Stay tuned for updates on this unfortunate incident.