OFFICER KILLED: DUI suspect pleads not guilty in fatal crash - Press Enterprise
5 traffic collision in Ontario that killed San Bernardino police Officer Bryce Hanes. 10, 2015 Updated: Nov. 12, 2015 1:10 p.m. The Fontana man accused of causing the Nov. 5 traffic collision that killed a San Bernardino police officer pleaded not guilty Tuesday, Nov. 10, to all charges, and he remained in custody despite his attorney's request he be released on his own recognizance. Archie Green III, 27, appeared in Superior Court Judge James J. Hosking's Rancho Cucamonga courtroom via a video hookup to the West Valley Detention Center, also in Rancho Cucamonga. Green's attorney, Ludlow B. Creary II, stood between the judge and the video monitor that was placed in the middle of the room and entered the pleas to charges of gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated, driving under the influence of alcohol and driving under the influence and causing great bodily injury. Officer Bryce Hanes, 40, of Redlands was killed when Green failed to stop at a red traffic signal and broadsided the officer's patrol car at 2:14 a.m. Nov. 5 at Etiwanda Avenue and Fourth Street, according to Ontario police.
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Timothy Lundy arraigned after fatal accident | TheLedger.com
Assistant State Attorney Nicole Orr said it is his financial means that should concern the court because of his international business, The Lundy Group, which develops, expands and offers construction services to the amusement industry. The Lundy Group did not immediately return a phone call for comment. Tori Walker can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 863-802-7590. Follow Tori on Twitter @Torilwalker863. Timothy Alan Lundy is sworn in during first appearance hearing in the court of County Judge Robert G. Fegers at the South County Jail in... TheLedger.com November 9, 2015 7:01 PM
LAKELAND A bail of $7.5 million was set Monday for Timothy Alan Lundy who has been charged with vehicular homicide, DUI manslaughter and west palm beach DUI with serious bodily injury.
Lundy, 58, of 557 Hunters Run Blvd., Lakeland, was involved in a Friday night crash that killed David Joseph McCausland, 70, of Lake Wales. He is the founder and owner of the Lundy Group in Lakeland.
County Judge Robert Fegers set Lundy's bail at $2.5 million for each charge with special conditions such as a GPS monitor and the surrender of his passport during Monday's first appearance hearing.
The crash occurred about 6:15 p.m. on Marcum Road in Lakeland.
Polk County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Donna Wood said McCausland's passenger, Betty Monroe, has improved to stable condition at Lakeland Regional Health Medical Center.
Lundy was driving his 2014 Chevrolet Corvette east on Marcum Road near the intersection of Estate Road when he slammed into the rear of a Ford F-150 driven by McCausland, according to Polk County Sheriff's Office reports.
This forced the Ford to spin and then flip over several times, throwing McCausland from the vehicle and onto the northside sidewalk, reports said.
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