DELHI, N.Y. (WIVT/WBGH) – After allegedly killing one particular person and injuring one other, a Staten Island man has pled not guilty to multiple felony motorized vehicle associated crimes.
Delaware County Acting District Attorney Shawn Smith introduced that 70-year-old Rudolph Pacheco appeared earlier than the courtroom on September 15 for arraignment. The Delaware County Grand Jury introduced Pacheo a sealed nine-count indictment that accused him of assorted felony crimes for his alleged involvement in a deadly automotive crash. Pacheo was charged with Vehicular Manslaughter within the First and Second Degree; a Class C and D Felony, Aggravated Vehicular Homicide; a Class B Felony, Assault within the Second Degree; a Class D Violent Felony, Aggravated Driving While Intoxicated, Reckless Driving, and Leaving the Scene of a Personal Injury Crash that resulted in dying; Class D Felony.
On August 2, Pacheo allegedly operated a motorized vehicle whereas having a blood alcohol content material larger than .18 per centum. Due to his excessive ranges of intoxication, Pacheo allegedly drove on the facet of the street and hit an aged husband and spouse as they had been on a stroll. Pacheco initially stopped after the crash, however then later fled the scene. His automotive was stopped by police roughly 12 miles away from the incident.
One of the pedestrians was pronounced useless on the scene and the opposite was transported to the emergency room to obtain remedy for non-life-threatening accidents.
Delaware County Court Judge the Honorable John Hubbard ordered bail to be set on the sum of $50,000 money, $250,000 secured bond, and $500,000 partially secured bond. A convention is scheduled for October 10.
Smith recommended the New York State Police and the Delaware County Sheriff’s Department for his or her thorough investigation into the deadly crash.