Zach Denaro Death Now Followed By Other Media

Zach Denaro

Zach Denaro, courtesy Facebook.

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — BocaNewsNow.com was the first — and only — media outlet following details in the death of Zach Denaro, the West Boca High School student who died several weeks ago on a Boca Raton beach.

Police have remained relatively silent on the matter, not commenting on whether he ingested a new “acid-like” drug that may — or may not — have led to a violent altercation with the drug dealer. Denaro ended up in a coma before dying at an area hospital.

NewTimes, however, is now following the story and prominently mentions BocaNewsNow.com as a source. We appreciate the credit, and in response, we point readers to the NewTimes article that cites interesting information regarding the drug that Denaro allegedly took prior to his death.

There have been no arrests — yet — in the case, although police were called to Denaro's funeral when his father allegedly engaged in an altercation with a teen who placed a wrist band featuring a marijuana leaf in the casket.

For our previous stories, search “Denaro” in the box to the upper right.

 

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