UNION CITY (CBS/AP) — A Union City man who killed a car salesman while test-driving a Corvette in Southern California in February was declared a fugitive Tuesday.

Prosecutors say 28-eight-year-old Alex Demetro of Union City was high on drugs when the car crashed into a tree last month in Ontario, east of Los Angeles.

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The crash killed a CarMax employee who was in the car, 43-year-old Warren Smale of Montclair.

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Demetro was released from jail on bail a day after the crash.

San Bernardino County authorities announced Tuesday that he’s fled.

He’s charged with vehicular manslaughter, driving under the influence of drugs and driving with a suspended or revoked license.

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