Jose Borbon, accused of killing a Suffolk County police officer while driving drunk, apparently had a 0.19 blood alcohol level—twice the legal limit of 0.08. Prosecutors said that the test was administered 3 hours after the crash; chief trial prosecutor John Collins said, "I think it follows logically and scientifically that that (the BAC) was well higher at the time of the crash.
A Suffolk County police officer was killed in a crash in Commack this morning around 4 a.m. Newsday reports, "A vehicle driven by a man in his 20s apparently tried to make a left turn while going south on Commack Road and broadsided... Read Post
Charges against a Long Island driver involved a fatal crash on Sunday will probably be upgraded, according to the Suffolk County DA's office. Apparently Michael Grasing's blood alcohol was 0.30 after he crashed his car into one driv... Read Post