According to police reports, Vasquez was giving a ride to eight teenage passengers in her five-passenger Infiniti sedan early in the morning of Feb. 11, 2007, when the vehicle slammed into a utility pole along the east side of Route 31 near River Run Boulevard.
In a press statement, state police said the crash occurred when a motorist who was traveling northbound on Grove Road disobeyed a stop sign and struck a vehicle that was proceeding westbound on Route 126 on the driver’s side.
School Board President Lynn Burks said the plan could be an assist for the district's "fragmented" early childhood education programs.
Semi driver and passenger, both of Dixon, are uninjured
In a press statement, police identified the deceased pedestrian as Antonio J. Villarreal, 32, of Oswego. Police said Villarreal was struck by a Nissan Sentra traveling eastbound on Mill Road driven by Jaylin K. Buckner, 19, of Oswego.
According to the police statement, their investigation began in May, when they were informed of the theft of “numerous” tools purchased for the city’s public works department.
The victim was unable to provide an age or race of the male, but described him as having brown, ear-length hair, and said that he is believed to drive a white SUV or van.
No racial remarks were made between the two men, Oswego police said, and “multiple statements indicate the employee told the customer to exit his vehicle.”
In a statement, Oswego police said it is alleged the suspect committed the offenses against three minor victims related to him between August of 2018 and August of 2020.