Case administratively adjourned in wrong-way crash that killed 2 Roslyn teens
The driver in a wrong-way crash that killed two Roslyn teenagers will not appear in court on Tuesday as originally planned.
News 12 is told that Amandeep Singh’s case was administratively adjourned.
According to an assistant district attorney, Singh was driving 95 mph with cocaine in his system when he crashed into an oncoming car, killing 14-year-olds Ethan Falkowitz and Drew Hassenbein.
Singh was denied bail for a second time on Friday.
He is now due back in court on June 22.