Prosecutor: N.J. Trooper Reckless in Crash that Killed Teens
May 07, 2009
Three weeks after New Jersey State Trooper Robert Higbee blew through a stop sign while on duty, crashing into a minivan and killing two teen-agers, he told investigators that he remembered stopping at the sign and looking both ways before proceeding through the intersection.
"If only that were so," First Assistant Prosecutor David Meyer told a jury yesterday. "I wouldn't be here. You wouldn't be here.
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