Driver who hit Jodie Rogers had traces of cannabis and alcohol in his system



THE driver of the BMW that collided with schoolgirl Jodie Rogers had traces of cannabis and alcohol in his system at the time of the tragedy.
Vance Peterson, 36, who was named for the first time at an inquest into Jodie's death yesterday, will not face criminal proceedings because the levels of the substances in his system were below the legal limit of fitness to drive.
As reported, Jodie's family had asked the Crown Prosecution Service to review charges in the case after originally deciding that the BMW driver would not be charged.
But the CPS concluded for a second time that there was no... read more

 
19 October 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 33
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