Listening to the people of the Islands killed in W.Va fatal defeat | West Virginia

CHARLES TOWN, W.Va.- Virginia has been accused of causing a crash and leaving the crash last month as a result of the death of a tractor driver to appear next week in County Jefferson (W.Va. ) Audit Court for pre-hearing.

Kenneth Jerome Lee, 45, from Strasburg, Va., Was remedied by leaving the presence of an accident involving death and driving under the influence of death and court records said.

Lee was running on Wednesday night in the Eastern Regional Prison near Martinsburg, W.Va., on a $ 150,000 bond, according to the prison's record.

Lee is appearing in a Justice magistrates court.

Police said the victim, William P. Snyder, 60, of Parkville, Md., Died in the Inova Fairfax Hospital in Church Falls, Va., Resulting in being hit outside his rig for US 340.

Initially, Lee was taken to the Shenandoah Warren Rappahannock Regional Prison in Virginia after arrested in Warren County, Va., Where he was in charge of driving and civil infringement related to the refusal of blood / breath test, by police and the court of records.

The charges in Virginia are waiting, according to court records online.

The police said that Snyder checked his 21-january tractor on the west of US 340 near the Eackles-Spencer and Norton Funeral Town when he hit a black sports utility vehicle. Stop the SUV summarily, leaving the scene, police said.

Jeffiff County Sheriff Pete Dougherty said that his department had pictures of the SUV, its license plate and driver from a nearby convenience store, where the vehicle was before Snyder met

The numerous witnesses of the SUV saw that Snyder hit, police said.

One of the Witnesses was behind the SUV before Snyder hit and saw that the vehicle was flowing in and out of traffic and driving in the wrong lane, police said.


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