CRYANS TAVERN OWNER GET 364 IN HC JAIL FOR LEAVING THE SCENE WHILE SUSPENDED loses license for life

Hunterdon County Prosecutor Anthony P. Kearns, III announced that John Cryan, age 55, of Alexandria Township was sentenced on charges of 4th degree assault by auto, reckless driving, and leaving the scene of an accident. The sentencing was on June 12, 2015. According to Prosecutor Kearns, “On July 17, 2013 in Alexandria Township, Mr. Cryan was involved in a motor vehicle crash that left the driver of the other vehicle seriously injured. Mr. Cryan then left the scene before police arrived. At the time of the crash, Mr. Cryan’s driving privileges were suspended.” The Prosecutor added, “Mr. Cryan was sentence to 364 days in the Hunterdon County Jail and his driving privileges were revoked for life. The Court rejected the pleas of the defense to reduce his time or order a non-custodial sentence, due to the defendant’s mental and physical health.”