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Thursday evening Wurtsboro Troopers responded to a vehicle off the roadway on Burlingham Road in Bloomingburg. While assisting the motorist off the roadway a second vehicle operated by Michael Cappiello, of Wallkill, came to the scene to assist the first vehicle by pulling it out. While interviewing Cappiello Troopers noticed that he was intoxicated.
Durham is being treated for his injuries; however as a result of the investigation, Mr. Durham is expected to be charged with Manslaughter in the First Degree, Assault in the Second Degree, Assault in the Third Degree, Reckless Driving, and DUII- Controlled Substances.
Diaz displayed obvious signs of impairment at the scene. Troopers placed him in custody and transported him to the Lincoln Woods Barracks where he refused a breathalyzer test. In coordination with the Attorney General’s Office, a court authorized search warrant was prepared by troopers and signed by the Honorable Judge Stephen M. Isherwood. Mr. Diaz was transported to Rhode Island Hospital where blood samples were drawn. Testing of the collected blood samples will be conducted by the Rhode Island Department of Health.
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Karena Hinton, 43, is number 7 spot on the list. Hinton, who is a repeat DWI offender, has a long history of drunk driving, which includes a manslaughter conviction for killing her boyfriend in a DWI crash in Oswego County in 2002. Since she was released from prison in 2006, she has been charged with DWI at least twice since. Hinton is known to work as a painter and has been recently seen in Oswego County. She has ties to the St Regis reservation, both US and Canadian sides however, her actual whereabouts is unknown.
“I do not condone POFC Rabain’s decision to drive after consuming any amount of alcohol. While we will never know precisely what role alcohol played in this crash, the outcome is tragic. The excessive speed can not be ignored either. But we do know that in the final moments of his life, this young officer was committed to protecting the people of Prince George’s County,” said Chief Mark Magaw.
Killed was 54 year-old Denise Kenyon of Underwood. Police say there’s evidence that the driver of the other car, Dianne Conn, 69, of Fergus Falls, had been drinking and criminal vehicular homicide charges are expected against her.