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Thursday, February 26, 2009

Recap Of Today's News From Gerri Miller.com

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Eldred Man Flown After Crash
Kane-based state police say that DUI charges are pending against 44 year old David Zielinski following a one-vehicle crash Wednesday afternoon.

Troopers report Zielinski was traveling north on Route 446 just north of the McCrea Brook Road in Eldred Township at about 2:15 p.m. when his Ford Contour went out of control after negotiating a left hand curve, slid clockwise off the road, struck a concrete culvert abutment, rolled onto the driver’s side and hit a ditch before traveling through a field coming to rest on its wheels.

Zielinski was flown from the scene by helicopter to Hamot Medical Center for treatment of major injuries.

Mail Box Vandalism Investigated
Vandalism to a mail box located at the intersection of Mitchell Hollow Road and Angel Lane in Eulalia Township is being investigated by troopers at the Coudersport barracks. Vandals used a blunt object to damage the box owned by 85 year Anthony Mezzatesta.

Austin Man Found Guilty of DUI in Potter County Trial
A Potter County jury on Tuesday found 49 year old Gerald Meyers of Austin guilty of DUI. According to Potter County DA Dawn Fink, on February 26, 2008 Chief Day of Austin Borough Police Department responded to a vehicle accident on Main Street in Austin. The defendant’s vehicle struck another vehicle driven by John Conerby that had pulled out from the private parking lot of Galeotti’s Bar. Upon speaking with Meyers, Chief Day was able to detect an odor of alcohol coming from his breath he was transferred to Charles Cole Memorial Hospital where blood results showed that his BAC was .146%. The legal limit in Pennsylvania is .08%. Sentencing will be set at a later date. Attorney Jarett Smith represented Meyers. More news...


Anonymous said...

He'll do it again !

Anonymous said...

Who are you talking about that will
do it again? Someone needs to get the facts straight. Mr Conerby pulled out of Galeotti's parking lot and smashed into Mr Meyers's
vehicle NOT the other way around

Anonymous said...

That's right - Conerby is the one that hit Meyers.

Anonymous said...

At least he didn’t make it any farther and kill a family.

Anonymous said...

New is news and the news isn't always true. People like to gossip and that's how the truth gets turned into a lie and what you read isn't always true. First of all, Mr. Connerby was the one that smashed into Mr. Meyers's vehicle and Connerby admitted to it that very day.

Anonymous said...

He will get a new trial since Smith is representing him.

Anonymous said...

He doesn't need a new trial.. I am not sure why he even had this one .. He was drunk, he was driving AGAIN .. END OF STORY ..

Anonymous said...

He does deserve a new trial. He is a good man and would never hurt anyone. Many people drink and drive these days. He just happened to be at the wrong place at the wrong time. People should know that facts before they judge anyone!

Anonymous said...

9:35 poster. You have one wickedly warped sense of humor.

Be careful when you bait those hooks not to jab your finger.

What are the chances this is the same poster that posted "N.E ways" comment in the TB thread. Still laughing at that one.