Fri, Jun 02, 2006
Joyriding Pilot's Case Still Up In The Air (But He Isn't)
Have you noticed there's not been a verdict in the case of
accused drunk, joyriding pilot Phillippe Patricio? That's because
the case has been continued... in fact, it was just continued a
second time in Danbury, CT court.
As you may recall, Patricio is charged with stealing a general aviation
plane from the airport in Danbury on a dark summer's
night last year... then flying virtually blind to Westchester
County Airport in New York, where authorities say he landed on a
Patricio was convicted in a New York court
in March... but the Danbury News-Times reports
Patricio now faces more charges in Connecticut that include
circumventing airport security, reckless endangerment, and unlawful
use of a vehicle.
Patricio hasn't seen the light of day since he was arrested June
22 of last year.
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