An Addison man was killed in an early morning accident Saturday and another man has been charged in connection with the incident.
Emergency responders were notified of the accident on state Route 417 in the Town of Addison around 3 a.m. Saturday, according to state police at Painted Post.
Responders found a male subject lying in the westbound lane, showing no signs of life. Through fingerprint comparative analysis, police identified the victim as Cory R. Hunt, 26, of Addison.
Following an investigation by state troopers, the state police collision reconstruction unit, and Steuben County District Attorney Brooks Baker, state police arrested Dane L. Wilson, 24, of Lindley, and charged him with felony driving while intoxicated.
Further charges against Wilson are pending, troopers said, although state police have not released any more details about what happened.
The Forest View-Gang Mills Fire Department, state Department of Transportation and Steuben County Coroner’s Office assisted at the scene.
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An 18-year-old Steuben County resident was found dead this morning in Cohocton at a scene “consistent with a hit-and-run motor vehicle accident,” Wayland-based New York State Police reported.
The victim was identified as James T. Mitchell, of 11151 county Route 36, Wayland
Troopers said that at approximately 7:20 a,m., today, Steuben County 911 dispatched New York State Police to investigate the report of a body laying roadside on county Route 36 in the Town of Cohocton. Responding state troopers located Mitchell, who was pronounced dead at the scene.
Troopers said a subsequent investigation lead to the arrest of 26-year-old Kyle A. O’Neal, of 9935 Ward Rd., Wayland, for driving while intoxicated. O’Neal was released to appear in Town of Cohocton Court at a later date.
Further investigation is continuing by the New York State Police and the Steuben County District Attorney Brooks Baker, who also responded.
Investigators said additional charges are pending.
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A vehicle pursuit that passed through three counties and involved seven law enforcement agencies ended early Friday in Kendallville with the help of a police dog, according to authorities.
Angola police officers pulled over Kyle Smith for driving left of the centerline about 7:20 a.m. Friday, Angola police said in a statement.
During the traffic stop, Smith refused to get out of his vehicle and drove off. Officers chased him south on Old U.S. Highway 27 into DeKalb County. Police put down stop sticks, but Smith drove around them and went into Waterloo, police said.
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