NEW YORK - The car driver who sank death and ruin on Times Square in New York was once convicted by the military before a US military for driving under influence and disorderly behavior.
After almost three years at the navy, he was 'fired under no conditions' from the military service, a high officer said on Friday. The 26-year-old man from the Bronx was thrown out of the car at high speed on Thursday, killing a woman and injuring 22 others. He is accused of murder, attempted murder and murder. The man is in custody by the police. According to CNN, traces of drug PCP, also known as Angel Dust, are found in the blood of the man.
The military court in Jacksonville, the city where he was stationed, condemned the then military to a fine of 3000 euros and set him an evening clock for three months. In addition, he was downgraded to a lower grade. He was temporarily stationed on the USS Carney warship and based in Illinois and South Carolina.