Probation Revoked for Unity Man Accused of Killing Pedestrian

An update on a story we brought you last year, as a Unity man accused of killing a pedestrian while driving under the Influence of drugs, has had his bail revoked. The Valley News reports that on Monday Sullivan county Superior Court Judge Brian Tucker revoked 24 year old Aaron Moeller’s probation after prosecutors presented evidence that he had violated conditions of his probation twice last month.

In September of last year moeller is accused of hitting 44-year-old Christa Osgood of Claremont, and 45-year-old Kenneth Lavigne of Newport. Osgood was pronounced dead at the scene while lavigne was transported to Dartmouth Hitchcock. Moeller was on probation for a separate arrest that occurred after the fatal accident last September, but before he was to be indicted by a grand jury on homicide, and manslaughter charges.

He had been released on twenty thousand dollars personal recognizance bail, however following Monday’s hearing, Judge Tucker deemed Moeller to be a danger to the public. The case is set to go to trial in February of next year

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