Bond revoked for suspect in deadly DUI crash

Peter O Teneyck
Peter O Teneyck

Update on Aug. 15, 2014:

NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) – Bond was revoked for Peter Olin Teneyck, according to Macie Pridgen with the Commonwealth’s Attorney’s office. Teneyck is on a “no bond” status in Norfolk and Virginia Beach.

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NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — Less than three months after he was granted bond in a deadly Oceanfront crash, Peter Olin Teneyck is back behind bars.

Norfolk Police picked up Teneyck on August 5 in the 8400 block of Hampton Boulevard and charged him with one felony count of attempting to acquire a Schedule II Drug. He’s being held in the Norfolk City Jail without bond.

In May, police say Teneyck hit and killed 50-year-old Jim Ira Miller, Jr. along Pacific Avenue in Virginia Beach. He was charged with DUI 2nd offense and involuntary manslaughter as a result of DUI. WAVY.com learned Teneyck served in the U.S. Navy and had a double lung transplant last year.

The same week as the deadly crash, he was granted bond on several conditions, including he could only leave the military base for necessary medical care or to meet with his attorney. He was also told not to use any alcohol or drugs and had to wear an alcohol monitoring device.

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