“He slowed to approximately 10 mph as he entered the intersection on a red traffic signal. He advised that he observed a tan recreational traveling north on Bypass 48, and it appeared to be slowing. He checked the southbound lanes and found them to be clear. As he began to cross the intersection, he crashed into the side of the recreational vehicle,” Capt. Dave Gehringer said in the report.
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The other driver was Steven Stanfield of Lebanon.
No serious injuries were reported.
Fry was taken to Bethesda Arrow Springs to be checked, according to the report.
Both vehicles were totaled, according to Gehringer.
Fry received a verbal reprimand for the crash and was cited on June 20, Gehringer said Monday.
Fry returned to work Monday after an unrelated medical leave, according to officials.
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Judge William Wolff was appointed to hear the case.
Fry’s initial appearance was set for 2 p.m. Monday in Lebanon Municipal Court. Afterward, court officials said the case would be set for a pretrial, although the time had yet to be determined.