Kathleen D’Eletto remembered her husband Thomas as a quiet and humble man in a tearful courtroom speech Wednesday.
They had been married more than 30 years when in 2015, a wrong-way driver crashed into Mr. D’Eletto on Sunrise Highway, killing the Aquebogue man on his morning drive to work. READ
A wrong-way driver who crashed into and killed an Aquebogue man in a 2015 collision on Sunrise Highway in Yaphank was convicted Monday of manslaughter and driving while intoxicated, but was acquitted of second-degree murder by depraved indifference and reckless endangerment. READ
The driver who police say is responsible for a deadly wrong-way crash in December that claimed the life of an Aquebogue man will be charged with murder, Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota announced Monday. READ
Update 8 p.m. Friday: Christopher O’Brien pled not guilty to one charge of DWI Friday morning in First District Court in Central Islip, according to Bob Clifford, a spokesman for Suffolk County District Attorney Tom Spota.