Charges Against Alleged Beer Supplier Bound to Trial
A Cambria County man charged with supplying alcohol to the teenaged driver involved in a deadly crash in 2010 will go to trial.
Judge Tim Sullivan ruled Tuesday that there is enough evidence for 23-year-old Patrick Fyock to face a jury. Police allege that Fyock – of Vintondale – gave several cans of beer to Daniel Patrick Turous the night Turous crashed his car in Hollidaysburg, killing another passenger.
Fyock and Turous were co-workers and the two had been drinking at a Huntingdon county hunting camp the night of the accident. His lawyers tried to work out a deal with Blair County prosecutors that would include house arrest. But police and District Attorney Richard Consiglio balked at the idea.
Fyock has been charged with involuntary manslaughter, furnishing alcohol to a minor and corruption of a minor.
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