In an update to a story we reported on last month, it seems as though an officer with the Fairfax County Police Department has pleaded no contest to a crash that occurred between him and a minivan on the 18th of February, resulting in the severe injury to the van’s driver. According to the initial report, Officer Siteki was driving almost 70mph in a 40mph zone while responding to an emergency call.
Late in August, two construction vehicles with the Lane Construction Corporation collided in the construction site of I-395, close to Exit 10C. According to the report from the Virginia State Police Fairfax Division, Kilburne, a 55-year-old Fredericksburg resident, was driving a pickup truck with two other construction workers through the construction which was taking place in I-395’s southbound Express Lane. At the time, this lane was closed to the general public due to the construction team’s presence as they worked to pave the damaged parts of the lane.
Close to five months ago, a Fairfax County Police officer, Siteki, was en route to a answer a disorderly conduct call concerning a man at Arlington Boulevard’s 6100 block when he collided with another car at the Patrick Henry Drive and Leesburg Pike intersection located in Falls Church.
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