Elected official cited for leaving scene of crash. He called cops 20 minutes later.
A Haddon Township commissioner cited for leaving the scene of a car accident and driving with an expired license will face a judge in another county when his case is heard in municipal court, a township court clerk said Wednesday. Paul Dougherty, one of three elected officials who administer the municipality, is accused of rear-ending a car near the intersection of Haddon Avenue and Cuthbert Boulevard in Haddon Township on the evening of July 19. Court clerk Katie Murphy said a judge will decide where and when the hearing will be held and it is expected to be in Burlington County to avoid any conflicts of interests in Camden County.
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