• New Year’s crash results in charges
    January 07,2013
     

    New Year’s crash

    results in charges

    STAFF REPORT

    WATERBURY — A Waterbury man is facing criminal charges following an early-morning crash at a local trailer park early on New Year’s Day.

    According to police, Steven Parker, 35, will be charged with negligent operation after the low-speed collision on East Wind Drive moments after midnight on Dec. 31.

    Parker allegedly drove his vehicle into another driven by Joshua Erwin, 29, of Waterbury, after a passenger in Erwin’s vehicle threw a beer can at his car.

    According to police, both vehicles sustained minor damage and no one was injured when Parker allegedly tried to block Erwin from leaving the trailer park.

    Parker is scheduled to be arraigned at the criminal courthouse in Barre on Feb. 21.

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