New indictment for suspect in deadly South Glens Falls hit-and-run
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John Lincoln-Lynch – the man accused in a fatal hit-and-run in South Glens Falls – was arraigned on a new indictment on Friday morning. A judge dismissed the previous indictment against John Lincoln-Lynch because of errors made by prosecutors.
Lincoln-Lynch is accused of hitting and killing Paul Trombley in February 2021, then taking off. Trombley was a well-liked teacher and coach in the Glens Falls-area for decades. He was walking to Stewart’s on Main Street in South Glens Falls last February, when he was hit.
Lincoln-Lynch was offered a plea deal in October by the Saratoga County District Attorney’s Office, but the defense rejected the deal. The plea deal included a minimum prison sentence of one to three years, with a maximum of four and a half years.
The defense claims Lincoln-Lynch had no idea that he’d hit Trombley.
Learn about how Lincoln-Lynch’s attorney compares his case to another pending case and says the district attorney seems to have it out for his client by watching the video of Mark Mulholland’s story.