Deputy’s Negligence Leads to Settlement

According to a Rochester, NY ruling, Deputy John DiDomenico was negligent when he rear-ended a car in stop-and-go traffic in 2004 while responding to a burglary call.

DiDomenico was driving below the speed limit without engaging his lights or siren, and smashed into the another car when he became distracted by his computer.

Yasmin Kabir, the driver of the other car, underwent spinal surgery and claims she is permanently injured.

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