Police: Uninsured Durham Driver Blamed for Route 66 Crash

21-year-old William Andrulis was issued a misdemeanor summons on Sunday following a two-car crash on the highway.


A Durham man blamed for a crash in Middlefield last weekend was issued a misdemeanor summons after police discovered he was driving without insurance.

Police say William Andrulis, 21, of 41 Mattabasset Drive, was behind the wheel of a 2012 Honda Civic stopped at a red light at the intersection of Route 66 and Jackson Hill Road Sunday afternoon.

According to police, for reasons unknown, Andrulis' vehicle struck another car from behind causing damage to both vehicles.

The driver of the second vehicle, Shante Hodges of Meriden, complained of neck pain but no other injuries were reported.

Andrulis was cited for failure to drive a reasonable distance apart, failure to carry the minimum insurance required and failure to renew registration.

The police report says Hodges was driving a vehicle owned by a passenger in Andrulis' vehicle, identified as Sean Cunningham, 22, of 77 Harvest Woods Road, Middlefield.

Cunningham was arrested by Portland Police in January and charged with driving under the influence, evading responsibility and failure to drive right.

Hodges faces traffic violations in Meriden, including failure to obey a stop sign and driving while using a cell phone.


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