Man guilty in DWI crash that left Elmont pedestrian dead

Brian Dudley was found guilty of the top count of second-degree manslaughter.

Brian Dudley was found guilty of the top count of second-degree manslaughter. (8/11/16)

ELMONT - A guilty verdict was reached today in the trial of a Queens man accused of driving drunk and killing a pedestrian in Elmont.

Brian Dudley was found guilty of the top count of second-degree manslaughter.

Prosecutors say his blood alcohol level was twice the legal limit when he hit and killed 61-year-old Walter MacDougal on Elmont Road back in 2013.

According to prosecutors, Dudley was speeding and driving with a suspended license.

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