Caledon driver in fatal Brampton crash not criminally negligent for death of Woodbridge mother, son and friend
Published January 6, 2022 at 3:49 pm
The Caledon driver who killed three people in a Brampton high-speed crash more than three years ago has been found guilty of dangerous driving, but was not criminally negligent.
On Thursday, the court found Paul Manzon was guilty of three counts of dangerous driving causing death and two counts of dangerous driving causing bodily harm when he crashed on Aug. 4, 2018 according to reports in the Caledon Enterprise.
Allison Jones, her 7-year-old son Miles and 12-year-old family friend Julia Riccobene were killed in the collision and two others were injured.
While Manzon was found guilty on multiple dangerous driving charges, he was acquitted of five other counts of criminal negligence.
Manzon was driving a blue Corvette when reportedly reached speeds of more than 163 km/h while traveling in an 80 km/h zone of Hwy 50.
Manzon is scheduled for sentencing on May 3, but the judge and attorneys will reportedly meet on Jan. 27 in order to find an earlier sentencing date.