NYPD Sergeant Kills Colleague Passenger While Drunk Driving in the Bronx
Bronx, NY – An NYPD sergeant pleads guilty after drunk driving and killing his 27-year-old colleague, who was riding in his Dodge Charger the night when he flipped his car in a booze-fueled crash on City Island in the Bronx. Allegedly, the cop was speeding then hit a tree stump, which caused the car to overturn and burst into flames. Hospital tests show that the cop’s alcohol content was beyond the legal limit.
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