the teen involved in a crash in which fellow student , 18, of Quiogue, was killed, is expected to appear in in Hampton Bays on Wednesday at 9 a.m. to face a lane violation and an imprudent speed violation.
against Geib, 17, of East Quogue was dropped in late June when the Suffolk County District Attorney’s office confirmed that Geib’s toxicology test results indicated that there were no drugs or alcohol in his system at the time of the crash.
The news, prompted Stephanie Nicholls, Nicholls’ mother, to step up and question the dropped charge, demanding answers, saying she will fight for justice for her son.
She said she was “disappointed that Gieb still had a license and is allowed to drive."
Nicholls died when Geib lost control of a 2007 Honda Accord on Lewis Road near Mitchell Place in East Quogue around 11:15 p.m. The car reportedly veered onto a lawn, flipped over and struck a 2006 BMW parked in the driveway of a residence.
Cameron was pronounced dead at the scene and Geib was taken by ambulance to Brookhaven Hospital to be treated for injuries.
The two were said to be coming from an area park and headed to a friend’s house.
In the days that followed, teens mourned the death of their friend at a at the East Quogue Park and was held on June 30.