Funeral was held for the victim of accident on Martinsville Road in Bernards.
Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Friday, January 18, 2013
Tests ordered to determine alcohol level in Warren woman's blood at time of accident.
A Warren woman accused of vehicular homicide in a crash that killed a Bridgewater man Wednesday night has now been charged with DWI and having an open container of alcohol in her vehicle at the time of the accident, the Somerset County Prosecutor's Office said. Bernards Township Police on Friday charged Warren Lori Weiss, 44, with DWI, reckless driving, driving with an open container of alcohol and faiing to keep right, after further investigation of the Wednesday evening accident that claimed the life Peter Calvelli. Prosecutor Geoffrey D. Soriano announced Thursday vehicular homicide charges had been filed against Weiss. She surrendered herself to authorities on Friday, represented by attorney John McDonald, and was freed after posting $…
Alcohol detected on Warren woman's breath following Bernards Township accident that killed Bridgewater man and injured his daughter, prosecutor says.
A Warren woman has been charged with vehicular homicide in a motor vehicle crash that killed a Bridgewater man in Bernards Township, according to Somerset County Prosecutor Geoffrey Soriano. Lori Weiss, 44, was charged Thursday with second-degree vehicular homicide and third-degree assault by auto in the incident that occurred on Martinsville Road in Bernards Township Wednesday. Bernards Township police add DWI, reckless driving charges on Friday. Soriano said officers responding to the scene detected alcohol on Weiss' breath, and she was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. According to Soriano, the crash occurred at about 8:45 p.m. Wednesday when Weiss's 2011 Mercedes Benz SUV crossed over the center line on Martinsville Road in …
Tuesday, October 23, 2012
Dover resident who allegedly struck and killed Paramus High School graduate is accused of several other offenses over a several-week span.
A Pennsylvania district attorney has charged Philip J. Cise, 47, of Dover, with homicide in the crash that killed Paramus' Gabrielle Reuveni over the summer, according to reports from NJ.com. Cise, a former Long Valley resident, was charged with homicide by vehicle while driving under the influence, and homicide by vehicle, according to NJ.com. According to the report, a blood test showed Cise had the depressant Gabepentin in his system when his truck struck and killed the 20-year old Paramus woman while she was jogging in the Poconos in July. Weeks after the crash, Cise had been transported from Somerset County Jail, where he spent several weeks relating to other incidents, to the Ann Klein Forensic Center for evaluation to determine if …