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Motorist sentenced to four years

Accused in New Year’s Day hit-skip accident

February 1, 2013

WARREN — A 27-year-old man who was charged with a hit-skip accident New Year’s Day that seriously injured a 46-year-old man on a bicycle was ordered to serve to four years in prison Thursday on a......

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Jansen47

Feb-03-13 4:16 PM

Bikers shouldn't be in the road anyways!! Idiots.

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Billdog

Feb-01-13 12:55 PM

Mimi, your asking allot from a few here. Comprehension is to big a word for many of the trolls of this board.

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007spyder

Feb-01-13 12:00 PM

Agree Mimi. Tipton was given a few opportunities, but can't stay away from trouble. He VIOLATED his probation. That's what probation is for! I applaud his PO. 4 years is a start. Surely, Rice is not a mental genious, however, he did not deserve to be hit then left for dead because the other idiot was going to get in trouble AGAIN. Screw Tipton. You live by the sword.... Whatever.

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MimiThorp

Feb-01-13 10:34 AM

Read for comprehension. The 4 years is for the probation violation. The Hit Skip hasn't even been presented to the Grand Jury yet. Only after that will he stand trial for the accident.

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Cincin

Feb-01-13 10:26 AM

LOL @ this sentence. A drunk on a bike pedals in front of a moving car and gets the daylights knocked out of him and he's a victim? NOT.

Tipton should be cited for fleeing the scene of an accident and that's all. Four years for something like this is travesty. The drunk idiot on the bike should be sent to jail right along with Tipton for public intoxication and causing an accident. I have zero sympathy for Mr. Rice. He caused the whole situation and deserves some jail time too.

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Billdog

Feb-01-13 9:21 AM

Nice job Judge Rice. Now don't make the upcoming sentence concurrent, make it consecutive. How does one have addresses in three different cities?

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DoubleDipper

Feb-01-13 4:48 AM

Good! It'll keep him off the streets for a few years. What a scum bag.

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