Two Dublin men were charged with a first-degree misdemeanor under the city's social host law after the August death of a 2013 Jerome High School graduate.

Two Dublin men were charged with a first-degree misdemeanor under the city's social host law after the August death of a 2013 Jerome High School graduate.

Cameron Willms, 19, and Brian Willms, 51, both of Moors Place North in Dublin are set to appear in Dublin Mayor's Court Nov. 5 for allegedly negligently allowing an underage person to consume alcohol during an Aug. 3 party at their residence.

Stephen Romanelli, a 2013 Jerome High School graduate was at the Aug. 3 party where witnesses said he consumed alcohol before driving.

According to information from Dublin police, Romanelli swerved from the northbound lane of Muirfield Drive at Glenfinnan Court into the median and hit a tree at 12:45 a.m. Aug. 4. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

A toxicology test by the Franklin County Coroner's office found a blood alcohol concentration of 0.20 percent as well as detectable levels of THC in Romanelli's blood.

Romanelli was negotiating a curve when the accident occurred, but police have concluded that Romanelli was traveling well above the 35 mph speed limit.

Reports from the investigation say he lost control of his vehicle because of intoxication and excessive speed.