Thu. 4:39pm: Driver headed back to prison

WARREN – A Stoneboro, Pa., man, who was released early from a two-year prison sentence after his pickup truck hit and killed a motorcyclist in Brookfield in August 2007, was sentenced today to complete his original prison sentence after a judge found he violated his probation.

Dwayne Redinger Jr., 26, was found to violate terms of his probation since he was charged with operating a vehicle impaired when he crashed into a tree June 3, 2012, near his Stoneboro home. He was placed on five years’ probation when he was released from prison early in 2009.

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