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Prelininary hearing continued

A preliminary hearing for a man charged with felony maiming and leaving the scene of an accident in an August wreck was continued to January.
According to the Pulaski County General District Court Clerk’s Office, the hearing for Elmer Lee Alderman Jr. was continued at the request of the defense because of an illness. The new court date is Jan. 12 at 10 a.m.
Alderman, 32, of Pulaski, is facing four charges in connection with an August single-vehicle wreck on Farris Mines Road. In addition to the two felony charges, Alderman also is charged with a second offense of driving under the influence and violating drivers license restrictions.
According to Virginia State Police, Alderman was driving Aug. 14 when his 1998 Buick Riviera ran off the right side of the road and struck a utility pole. Two female passengers who were standing up with their upper bodies hanging outside the car’s sunroof were ejected.
State Police First Sgt. Mike Honaker said Leona K. Moles, 34, of Farris Mines Road and Crystal Dawn Wilson, 28, of Buck Island Lane in Hiwassee were seriously injured in the wreck.
He noted that Moles struck the utility pole as she was ejected and then ended up pinned underneath the vehicle. Wilson came to rest off the right side of the road.
women were airlifted to a Roanoke hospital, with Moles suffering the most serious injuries.
Wilson was treated and released, but Moles was hospitalized.
Other passengers in the vehicle were not injured.

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Prelininary hearing continued

A preliminary hearing for a man charged with felony maiming and leaving the scene of an accident in an August wreck was continued to January.
According to the Pulaski County General District Court Clerk’s Office, the hearing for Elmer Lee Alderman Jr. was continued at the request of the defense because of an illness. The new court date is Jan. 12 at 10 a.m.
Alderman, 32, of Pulaski, is facing four charges in connection with an August single-vehicle wreck on Farris Mines Road. In addition to the two felony charges, Alderman also is charged with a second offense of driving under the influence and violating drivers license restrictions.
According to Virginia State Police, Alderman was driving Aug. 14 when his 1998 Buick Riviera ran off the right side of the road and struck a utility pole. Two female passengers who were standing up with their upper bodies hanging outside the car’s sunroof were ejected.
State Police First Sgt. Mike Honaker said Leona K. Moles, 34, of Farris Mines Road and Crystal Dawn Wilson, 28, of Buck Island Lane in Hiwassee were seriously injured in the wreck.
He noted that Moles struck the utility pole as she was ejected and then ended up pinned underneath the vehicle. Wilson came to rest off the right side of the road.
women were airlifted to a Roanoke hospital, with Moles suffering the most serious injuries.
Wilson was treated and released, but Moles was hospitalized.
Other passengers in the vehicle were not injured.

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