A Massachusetts man wanted in a fatal rollover that killed a Quincy teen has turned himself in to police.
Christopher Murch, 22, of Quincy, faces multiple charges, including motor vehicle homicide by negligent operation, in connection with the fatal crash that happened on Aug. 7.
Police say Murch was driving on Palmer Street with 18-year-old Allan Dunne, of Quincy, and one other person when the car hit two utility poles, a fence and two parked vehicles. The car then rolled over, killing Dunne.
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Police said Murch initially left the scene of the crash and was found at his home.
A warrant for Murch's arrest was issued Tuesday in connection with the crash.
He turned himself in to Quincy Police Wednesday. He was arrested on an outstanding warrant related to another case.
Murch's bail was set at $100,000 after he pleaded not guilty in court later Wednesday. He was also ordered to be under house arrest with limited exceptions; have no contact with the other victim and the families of victims; and to stay away from drugs and alcohol.
His next court date is Sept. 13.