A Tarentum man was arrested Thursday in reference to a Sharpsburg crash through which an 81-year-old woman was hurt, based on Allegheny County Police.
James E. Sundberg, 66, of Tarentum, is charged with aggravated assault by car whereas driving below the affect and associated offenses.
The 2-vehicle crash was reported simply earlier than 4 p.m. on Dec. 14 on Essential Road. Police stated the girl, who was driving a Toyota RAV 4, and Sundberg, who was driving a GMC van, have been taken to hospitals for therapy of accidents.
Investigators concluded that Sundberg was intoxicated in the course of the crash. They received an arrest warrant for him Feb. 23 and the Allegheny County Sheriff’s Fugitive Squad picked him up Thursday.
Sundberg was arraigned and is being held within the Allegheny County Jail with out bail. A preliminary listening to is about for Wednesday. He didn’t have an legal professional listed in on-line courtroom information.
Sundberg has a prison historical past relationship again to 1977, based on on-line courtroom information. He’s awaiting courtroom motion in a case through which sheriff’s deputies accuse him of failing to replace his Megan’s Legislation registration with state police. He’s required to register as a intercourse offender for all times after a 1994 rape conviction, based on Megan’s Legislation information.