A convenience store clerk and two teen-agers have been charged with providing the alcohol that led to the traffic wreck which killed a 17-year-old Elkhorn High School student last month.
Omaha police say 17-year-old George Gervase of Omaha was driving south on South 192nd Street when his car crossed into the northbound lane, left the roadway, and struck a wooden power pole and fence.
Gervase died at the scene.
He had a blood alcohol content of .217. Adults are considered legally intoxicated at .08.
Authorities have charged 29-year-old Kevin Hart with procuring alcohol resulting in death. A 17-year-old boy and a 16-year-old boy face the same charge in juvenile court.