PINELLAS COUNTY - The man who crashed the vehicle that left Michael Graziano with fatal injuries in April has turned himself in.
A warrant was issued for 24-year-old Cameron Bosley's arrest on October 10 after investigators turned their findings over to the State Attorney's office on July 17.
Bosley said he'd known Graziano since the 4th grade, and the two were best friends.
Officials say Bosley was driving under the influence with Graziano in the passenger seat when he crashed into a dump truck around 3:00 a.m. April 3.
The driver of the truck wasn't injured.
Neither Graziano nor Bosley were wearing seatbelts. Bosley was listed in stable condition, but Graziano was listed in critical condition and he died nearly two weeks later.
Bosley's blood alcohol level was .174, significantly higher than the .08 Florida limit.
Five months after a warrant was issued for his arrest, Bosley turned himself in to Pinellas County Sunday night and was charged with DUI manslaughter.
He bonded out after posting a $10,000 bail.
Graziano's brother, John Graziano, was left with a brain injury in 2007 after he was hurt as a passenger riding in the vehicle of Hulk Hogan's son, Nick Bollea.
After a long legal battle, Bollea and the Grazianos settled out of court.
Bollea was found guilty of reckless driving and spent eight months in a Pinellas jail.