Prosecution questions more witnesses in Milford cop crash trial

The prosecution called six witnesses today in the trial of the former Milford police officer charged with killing two teens from Orange in a 2009 car crash. Fellow officers took the stand for the prosecution

News 12 Staff

Oct 24, 2012, 11:27 PM

Updated 4,191 days ago

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Prosecution questions more witnesses in Milford cop crash trial
The prosecution called six witnesses today in the trial of the former Milford police officer charged with killing two teens from Orange in a 2009 car crash.
Fellow officers took the stand for the prosecution to describe the fatal crash, as did the state's chief medical examiner. Dr. Wayne Carver testified that Servin's blood alcohol content was .14 at the time of the crash.
Investigators say Jason Anderson was driving 94 mph when his cruiser crashed into the car carrying Ashlie Krakowski and David Servin, both 19 years old.
The trial is expected to wrap up a week from Friday.
Trial begins for ex-Milford officer accused in fatal crashFormer Milford officer returns to court today


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