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New Jersey Provider Charged with DWI Resigns

An officer saw the provider drive past the location of the call, and also smelled alcohol on the medic's breath


 
 

Todd Petty, NJ.com | | Thursday, February 21, 2013


HACKETTSTOWN, N.J. — The Hackettstown First Aid and Rescue Squad ambulance driver who was charged with driving while intoxicated last night is “no longer affiliated with the squad,” squad administrator Ron Maialetti said today.

James Rigney Jr., 39, of Hackettstown, who is listed on the squad's website as assistant foreman, returned his things to the squad sometime in the morning, Maialetti said.

Full story: Police saw the medic drive past the address and then smelled alcohol on the medic's breath.




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