DWI, Other Charges Lodged Following I-86 Kennedy Crash

KENNEDY, NY (WNY News Now) – A Jamestown man faces several charges after allegedly crashing his car on I-86 in Kennedy. 

New York State Police responded to the eastbound lane of I-86 in Kennedy for a report of a personal injury automobile accident last Thursday. 

An investigation revealed that 29-year-old Timothy Boyd and a victim, who was later determined to be the protected party from Boyd, were allegedly involved in a physical domestic dispute at their residence. 

During the dispute, both got into Boyd’s vehicle and drove east on Route 394 through Jamestown and Falconer, before entering I-86 and continuing east. 

Boyd allegedly drove at a high rate of speed through red lights and almost caused several accidents before intentionally crashing into a bridge on I-86.  

He was placed under arrest after trooper said he failed several SFSTs by providing a breath sample of .09. Then, he was charged with criminal contempt, reckless endangerment, harassment and driving while intoxicated. 

The victim was evaluated at UPMC Chautauqua Hospital for injuries sustained during the domestic incident, as well as the motor vehicle accident. 


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