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Grand jury indicts woman from accident

YATES COUNTY--According to Yates County District Attorney Valerie G. Gardner, a Yates County grand jury handed down an indictment against Sabrina T. Livermore Friday, Sept. 11. Livermore was indicted in the case of an alcohol-related crash which occurred July 17, 2014, on Route 14 in the town of Milo, resulting in the death of Roxan Meier, 55, of Dundee and serious injuries to other individuals in the involved vehicles.
A 23-count indictment was filed with the Yates County court. The top felony charge of aggravated vehicular homicide, a Class B felony, is punishable by a possible state prison sentence ranging from a minimum of one to three years and a maximum of eight and 1/3 to 25 years. Arraignment on the indictment is scheduled for Sept. 22, at 9:30 a.m. in Yates County court.
Results of the investigation shortly following the accident alleged a vehicle operated by Livermore was traveling in a westerly direction on Randall Crossing Road when she failed to negotiate a curve in the road. Livermore's vehicle continued west out of a grassy area, striking the railroad tracks at Randall Crossing and entering Route 14. Livermore's vehicle collided with a vehicle traveling north on State Route 14 being operated by Cleo C. Pollack of Dundee and a third vehicle traveling south on Route 14 being operated by Joseph Morin of Montour Falls.
Meier was a passenger in Pollack's vehicle and was pronounced dead at the scene. Pollack was transported to Strong Memorial Hospital for non-life threatening injuries. Morin was transported to Soldiers and Sailors Hospital in Penn Yan and released. The three passengers in Livermore's vehicle -- Desiree N. Butka, Diana R. Juliano and Travis R. Schewegel of Rome -- were also taken to area hospitals and released.
Gardner said all defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.




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