16 June 2011

KingCast Motorsports presents smiling faces screaming it from the Laconia mountaintop at Bike Week 2011: Put Cody Eller behind bars!

These people at Broken Spoke, Laconia Harley-Davidson and many many more are proud owners of the first run of Cody Eller T-Shirts.  And some very compelling video to follow, hopefully by Saturday if not I may go into next week as I have some family matters and travel to deal with. You Harley guys and gals are gonna love this movie :)

Peace to all and here is the OG Cody Eller piece with all of the relevant information. His case was bound over on 15 June so there should be a case number Friday morning at Hillsborough Southern, where County Attorney Dennis Hogan best prosecute to the maximum. More pics and vids to follow.


Christopher King said...

Of course Laconia doesn't really have much of a moutaintop per se but don't let that get in the way of an almost good headline LOL.


SHE said...

Proud to have been a participant turned assistant. Good people.

Anonymous said...

This kid gets a $50,000 bail and Cody gets $5000. ?????


BTW, thanks for all you are doing for my friend Bill.

Michelle EFL said...

back to the Broken Spoke today Chris.. keep up the good work for us!- Michelle

Michelle EFL said...

back to Laconia Broken Spoke today to hand out tshirts and flyers! keep up the good work for us Chris. Can't wait to see the video footage. - Michelle

Christopher King said...

June 17, 2011
Police: Pinkerton student tried to run over cyclist
By Doug Ireland direland@eagletribune.com
DERRY — A Pinkerton Academy student who was to graduate last night instead found himself in a jail cell on charges he tried to run over a bicyclist, seriously injuring the woman.

While his classmates were receiving their diplomas, Joseph Gagliardi, 18, of 9L Phillip Road, Derry, was at the county jail in Brentwood after Derry District Court Judge Robert Stephen ordered he be held on $50,000 cash bail.

Gagliardi is charged with running down another classmate, 18-year-old Jessica Sears, as she drove her bicycle on Hillside Avenue about 7 p.m. Monday.

Sears was thrown from the bicycle and suffered multiple injuries, including a broken collarbone, police said. The Pinkerton junior told police she had just left another person's home on her bicycle when she saw a black sport utility vehicle coming toward her, according to a police affidavit.

Sears said she turned into a driveway to avoid the SUV, but it continued toward her. The vehicle struck her and kept going, she said.
The injured woman told police the SUV had previously stopped off at the home she just left to deliver marijuana, the affidavit said. Sears was taken to Parkland Medical Center for treatment.
Gagliardi was arrested Wednesday after he was picked out of a photo lineup and the SUV impounded following a police search of his home Tuesday.

He was arraigned on a charge of conduct after an accident and two counts of first-degree assault, all felonies. He was not required to give a plea, and a probable cause hearing was set for June 23.
Since Gagliardi was scheduled to graduate from Pinkerton last night, the judge said he would have to consider the importance of him being able to attend his commencement ceremony.

Defense attorney Joseph MacAllister said while Gagliardi would still receive his diploma if incarcerated, relatives had come from out of state to see him graduate.

Stephen set bail at $50,000 and ordered that if Gagliardi makes bail, he not drive, carry weapons, drink alcohol or use drugs, and that he stay at least 100 yards away from the victim.

"Education and graduation are very important events in someone's life," Stephen said. "Because of the allegation, I feel I have to do everything I can to protect the community."

Pinkerton spokeswoman Anne Parker said yesterday the school's headmaster decided Gagliardi could not attend the graduation even if he did make bail. She confirmed he would still receive his diploma.

Gagliardi was taken to the county jail, where he remained last night. Gagliardi still faces drug possession charges following his arrest last winter, prosecutor Marcia Rosenn said.

Conduct after an accident is a Class B felony punishable by three and a half to seven years in prison.

The first-degree assault charges are Class A felonies punishable by seven and a half to 15 years in prison on each count.