Ex-cop's blood alcohol may have been even higher, expert testifies

STATEN ISLAND — What was former cop Pedro Abad’s actual blood alcohol level at the time of the March 2015 wrong-way crash that killed two men in his car?

William Dunn, a forensic toxicologist called by the prosecution, testified Friday that Abad’s reported .24 blood alcohol level could have been even higher, perhaps as high as .273 percent, after accounting for the time that passed after the early morning collision.

But on cross examination, Abad’s attorney, Mario Gallucci, pressed Dunn about whether he knew what medical treatment Abad received after the crash. Gallucci asked Dunn whether life-saving techniques and IV fluids given …read more

Source: NJ.com Union

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