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Driver who causes motorcycle-car accident in Raleigh charged with DWI

Posted on September 7th, 2013 No Comments

The driver of the car who caused a motorcycle rider to be killed on August 31 was found to be intoxicated and was subsequently charged with driving while intoxicated, Raleigh police told media outlets. The accident happened early in the morning of the 31st in Raleigh, instantly killing the motorcycle driver.

According to police officers, the motorcycle was heading north on Wake Forest Road shortly after midnight when a southbound Chevrolet that tried to make a left turn onto Creekside Drive collided with the motorcycle. Police officers said the driver of the Chevrolet, identified as 25-year-old Sanford, Florida resident Lakeisha Jones, along with her two passengers, wasn’t wearing a seat belt at the time of the accident.

The victim, 52-year-old Raleigh resident Bradley Pelletier, was brought to WakeMed where he shortly succumbed to death.

Our attorneys at the Law Office of Jim Black are skilled in helping those  in Raleigh who have been charged with a DWI or other alcohol-related offenses. For a comprehensive legal defense, get in touch with us by calling our offices at 919-600-4609 today.


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