Bail lowered for suspect accused of killing trooper in crash

Bail lowered conditionally for crash suspect

CLEVELAND - Bail has been lowered for the driver charged with hitting and killing a state trooper on I-90 last month.

Joshua Gaspar's bail went from $1 million dollars, to $500,000.  However, there is a catch.

Even if he makes bail, Gaspar will not be allowed to drive.  

He would also have to submit to regular drug tests.

Police say Gaspar hit and killed trooper Kenneth Velez while under the influence of drugs, but as The Investigator Tom Meyer has reported, Gaspar's attorney says he was on prescription methadone.


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