Wednesday, May 30, 2001

Driver indicted in fatal truck collision




By David Eck
Enquirer Contributor

        LEBANON — A Goshen Township man has been indicted by a Warren County grand jury on four felony and misdemeanor charges in connection with a December vehicle crash that left one man dead.

        Gary Moore, 40, is charged with aggravated possession of drugs, carrying a concealed weapon and aggravated vehicular homicide — all felonies — and vehicular manslaughter, a misdemeanor. He remains in the Warren County Jail on a $15,000 cash bond.

        The grand jury indictments were handed up Friday and announced Tuesday.

        Mr. Moore is accused of driving a 1982 Ford pickup on U.S. 22/Ohio 3 in Deerfield Township Dec. 2 when it went left of center and collided with a dump truck, Warren County Prosecutor Tim Oliver said. Mr. Moore's passenger, Thomas Senteney, 19, from Goshen, was killed in the accident.

        Mr. Moore is also alleged to have had several packets of methamphetamine in his pockets, and a gun was found under the seat of the pickup, Mr. Oliver said.

        There were no injuries in the dump truck, he said.

        In another case, Lori Ann Lindsay was indicted on misdemeanor counts of ethnic intimidation and criminal damaging.

        Ms. Lindsay, 35, of Lincoln Heights, is accused of using a permanent marker and spray paint to write offensive words on a vehicle in the Mason area, Mr. Oliver said.

        “Apparently Ms. Lindsay was previously dating a gentleman that our victim is now dating,” Mr. Oliver said. Ms. Lindsay is African-American, the alleged victim is white.

       



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