Dorchester man pleads not guilty in hit and run case

Posted on Saturday, July 26th, 2014 at 3:35 pm    

Manuel Alfonseca plead not guilty in Dorchester Municipal court on July 12 to seven different charges resulting from a hit and run that left a 15-year-old in critical condition, The Boston Globe reported.

Alfonseca was assigned a $10,000 bail for the charges of personal injury with a motorized vehicle causing bodily harm, violating a marked lane, failing to stop for the police, damaging property while leaving the scene, leaving the scene of a collision causing personal injury, speeding, and driving on a suspended license. Alfonseca has faced violations like this before, including reckless driving and the possession of drugs and guns.

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