Man Accused Of Causing Bicycle Crash, Charged With Driving While Impaired

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GERRY – An 82-year-old Meadville Pennsylvania man is accused of driving while impaired by drugs after allegedly causing a bicyclist to crash in Gerry last week.

New York State Police alleged that Dale Reynolds flashed his high beams at a bicyclist in the opposite lane of travel on Route 60 last Thursday, causing the cyclist to fall off his bicycle in the shoulder of the roadway.








During the trooper’s investigation, police allege Reynolds exhibited multiple signs of drug impairment.

He was placed under arrest after allegedly failing several standardized field sobriety tests.









Reynolds was taken to the State Police Barracks in Jamestown where he was processed, charged with driving while ability impaired by drugs and released. He is scheduled to appear in the town of Gerry Court later in the month.

The cyclist was transported by Gerry EMS to a local hospital as a precaution.















 

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