Nicholas Corsair, 19, crashed a motor vehicle into a utility pole for which he was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol and driving under the influence of suspected narcotics. Corsair was involved in a second motor vehicle accident 10 hours after the 1st accident for which he was taken into custody and released after a few hours.
For the first accident, he was taken into custody for driving while intoxicated because the cops suspected him to be under the influence of an intoxicating drug.
The 1st accident occurred at about 9:50 p.m. on Tuesday on Route 9 and Sunset Avenue as he was behind the wheel of a 2007 Infiniti G35 which went off the road and into a utility pole, totally damaging it.
The utility pole that was ruined by the teenager was not totally repaired when he got involved in a 2nd accident while his motor vehicle was jammed in traffic due to the 1st accident he caused.
A Chevy pick-up truck collided with a Honda Civic which a 54-year-old Forked River man was driving. After the accident, the individual behind the wheel of the truck escaped the accident spot.
Cops soon identified the teenager as the driver of the truck as he was recognized by the Traffic officer Robert Westfall as the teen who caused the previous evening’s accident which was the reason of the traffic jam. The 2nd accident took place Wednesday morning.
Corsair was taken into custody for the 1st accident and released at about 3 a.m. after which he caused a 2nd accident at about 8 a.m. The cops took him into custody again after tracking him at his home.
For the 2nd accident, he was operating a Motor Vehicle under the Influence of a Controlled Dangerous Substance. Other than that, he was also charged with some traffic violations.
According to the police, Corsair’s mother, 51-year-old Jacquelin Latronico, was also charged for permitting her son to get behind the wheel while suspecting he was impaired by narcotics. She was taken into custody at her home and charged for permitting an individual to drive a vehicle while intoxicated.
The mother and her teenage son both have been released and their court date is still not scheduled.
News Source: www.DailyMail.co.uk