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Frankenmuth News

Serving Frankenmuth Since 1906

Vol. 111 No. 34 In our 111th year!

Wednesday, February 22, 2016


Plea entered by man in fatal hit and run

    Justice may be coming soon for the Birch Run man who was involved in fatal hit and run accident that claimed the life of Frankenmuth female last summer.
  Kaleb Mossner appeared in Saginaw County Circuit Court this week and pled no contest to one count of failing to stop at the scene of an accident, causing serious impairment or death.
  The maximum sentence is five years in prison. Mossner’s  attorney, Jim Gust,  believes his punishment will not come close to the maximum.
  Mossner was behind the wheel of his Ford pickup Tuesday morning, August 30, driving northbound on Dehmel Road, near The Fortress Golf Course, when he struck and killed Lisa Samson-Moore, 49-years old. Samson was jogging or walking on the east side of Dehmel Road.
  Mossner was driving to work and knew he had struck something but told the FPD he did believe it was a person. Local officers found truck parts and began an investigation that would end less than a week later when Mossner believed he could have been involved. He turned himself in.
  No sentencing date has been set. Since he pled no contest, both families will avoid a trial, meaning Mossner won’t face civil liabilities. Moore has three boys.




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