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Harrison Drunk Driver Hits 62 year old man on Manor Ave

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don,t be misled by the mayor's comments in the observer. this guy has only been a town employee, for three years ! he was one of the ***** they brought in to ******* the **** they **** *** ! hey mr mayor, this guy was arrested ! can't hide this one ! the state has to be notified when ther's a D U I on a C D L LICENSE ! ask the town attorney, IT'S THE LAW .

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Content. The Employee was charged with DUI but is innocent until proven guilty.

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I recently moved to Harrison. Read the Observer article regarding this case. Amazing that the mayor is so out of touch that he doesn't even know how long this drunk driver has been working for the town? Shouldn't this dealt with ASAP? Does anyone here have a backbone? What will the head of the DPW do? Shouldn't this be a priority? And this is his ****** DWI? What a town!?!

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Guest Banker   
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How about who is too answer if he stays.Boss said it's up to mayor.Mayor says it's up to DPW and cops.Man up mayor,who's in charge?

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don,t be misled by the mayor's comments in the observer. this guy has only been a town employee, for three years ! he was one of the ***** they brought in to ******* the **** they **** *** ! hey mr mayor, this guy was arrested ! can't hide this one ! the state has to be notified when ther's a D U I on a C D L LICENSE ! ask the town attorney, IT'S THE LAW .

i'm replying to KOTW.......they gave this guy a breathilyzer test! he came up well over the limit ! EDIT THAT ! HOW MUCH MORE PROOF DO YOU WANT !!!

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Ok, he was over the legal limit,results reported to dmv. Where does it say he has to lose his job. Why is that he is held to higher standard. Perhaps, he should be suspended for the duration of license revocation + additional time.

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Funny how results from DWI test were found so quickly and charges filed immediately. It took months to get results to see if Wrong Way Pedro was DWI.

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According to the Observer article, the bail, 10% of $1000.00 seems like a deal for someone who was nearly three times over the legal limit and assaulted this poor man, nearly killing him.

Was there special treatment here, since he is a town employee?

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Funny how results from DWI test were found so quickly and charges filed immediately. It took months to get results to see if Wrong Way Pedro was DWI.

Funny how results from DWI test were found so quickly and charges filed immediately. It took months to get results to see if Wrong Way Pedro was DWI.

what planet, are you on ? the cops made this guy blow into a machine ,that can record what amount of alcohol is in his blood ! this is done right at the scene,of the violation,or accident .yes the results are instantly shown.

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Funny how results from DWI test were found so quickly and charges filed immediately. It took months to get results to see if Wrong Way Pedro was DWI.

Big difference between using the Alcotest, where you get the results immediately, and having to do a Duces Tecum Warrant to force a Hospital to divulge medical records.

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Guest Mr Cosman.   
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Let him pay the consequences for his actions just like everyone else would. Being ''one of the boys'' in the town shouldn't ever come into play, Only the law should.

Disqualification for major violations. Below we list the causes for a “major violation.” The first violation for a major violation, in a CMV or a non-CMV, results in a 1-year disqualification (or a 3-year disqualification if transporting hazardous materials required to be placarded). The second violation for a major, in a CMV or a non-CMV, results in a lifetime disqualification. The driver may be eligible for reinstatement under certain conditions after 10 years. Major violations include:

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It's called "due process" until he is convicted he still has his CDL. One he is CONVICTED then, his license is suspended, and AT THAT POINT any administrative penalties can be exercised.

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Guest Big lil   
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He isn't driving so they must have taken license.

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KOTW's posting of the above does not imply it's true.

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what a bunch of busybodys you all are. what is it to any of you do nothing, die nobody old ladys? always a conspiracy. let it run its course with the state. as it surely will.

"i recently moved to Harrison" - you should start a petition, knock on doors, grass roots campaign to do whats right by the citizens of our megatropulousy! You can always throw your hat in there and fight the good fight for us sheep.

ahhhh, the grand dukes off harrison sound off once again.

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Nothing new that the mayor is out of touch.  He touched **** and ******.  ***** two jobs??? Out of touch is right.

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Guest Girl   
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Any news on this subject? Pretty surprising that a guy runs someone over and no one updates the disposition?

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So what was the final outcome of this DWI.  Should the Observer do an inquiry of the local Municipal Court.

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A man gets wasted, gets behind the wheel drunk, runs over an old man. Because he is a town worker and is protected by a few big chiefs, He gets off with no punishment. Is that what it comes down to? Does this give a pass to every town worker to do what they want, Without worry of prosecution. What if the man that got run over was Doran or Fife? Then what would happen?. How would that come into play ?

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