Foxglove v. State - Court Of Appeals Of Alaska

Foxglove v. State

By Court Of Appeals Of Alaska

  • Release Date - Published: 1997-01-03
  • Book Genre: Law
  • Author: Court Of Appeals Of Alaska
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On the morning of January 1, 1993, Roy K. Foxglove, Jr., was driving his snow machine at high speed through and around the village of Selawik. He was intoxicated from a night of New Years celebration. Foxglove struck a twelve-year-old boy, seriously injuring the boys ankle. Foxglove stopped and told the boy to go home, then drove on. Several people (including Foxgloves brother) warned Foxglove that he was too intoxicated to drive. He ignored them. One-half hour later, Foxglove intentionally drove his snow machine at a speed of 70 miles per hour through a crowd of people gathered around a bonfire. He killed one person (a child) and seriously injured four other people (three children and one adult).

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