Reckless motorcyclist pleads guilty, sentenced to 3 to 6 months behind bars

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Charles Livezey

DAUPHIN COUNTY, PA (WPMT)    Charles Livezey pleaded guilty last Friday to Accidents Involving Death or Personal Injury, Fleeing or Eluding Police and Tampering with Physical Evidence. The charges stem from an incident on July 24 last year where Livezey was speeding on his motorcycle on Linglestown Road in Susquehanna Township, Dauphin County.

Township Police attempted a traffic stop, but failed, as Livezey was traveling at speeds over 100 miles per hour.  He continued on Linglestown Road and turned right at North Front Street. While fleeing on North Front Street, Livezey struck another motorcyclist, causing severe injuries to the other motorcyclist’s left leg.  He continue without stopping and  then later attempted to hide pieces of his motorcycle that were damaged from the crash in the trash at a neighbor’s house.

Through their investigation, Susquehanna Township Detectives found the pieces of the bike Livezey attempted to hide.  Police eventually contacted Livezey, who admitted to driving his motorcycle, fleeing, and causing the accident.

Mr. Livezey was sentenced to 3-6 months in the Dauphin County Prison, work release eligible, with a consecutive two years of probation. He was also ordered to pay restitution to the victim.


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