Lane Garrison With The Cast Of 'Prison Break"

Actor Lane Garrison, who played an inmate on the hit TV show "Prison Break," was charged on Thursday with vehicular manslaughter in a car crash that killed a 17-year-old boy and injured two girls. Garrison, who was charged with driving under the influence and giving alcohol to a minor, could face more than six years in prison if he is convicted. The 26-year-old actor, whose character David "Tweener" Apolskis was killed on the popular Fox TV drama this season, was ordered to appear in court for an arraignment later on Thursday. Prosecutors say they will ask a judge to hold him on $200,000 bail. Prosecutors say Garrison had a blood-alcohol level nearly twice California's legal limit when he crashed his sport utility vehicle into a tree in Beverly Hills, killing 17-year-old Vahagn Setian and injuring two 15-year-old girls. Garrison's defense attorney has said that Setian was a popular student at Beverly Hills High School who, along with the girls, recognized the actor at a supermarket that night and invited him to a party. Garrison and the teens were headed to the party when the accident occurred. He was charged with one count each of vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated, driving under the influence causing injury to multiple victims, driving with a blood alcohol level of .08 or above, and furnishing alcohol to a minor. Defense lawyer Harland Braun has also said that Garrison does not remember the accident and only had one drink that night.