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Settlement Proposed For Fatal Crash By Milford Cop

The $2.5 million settlement was filed in Milford Probate Court by the parents of one of the teens killed in the 2009 accident.

Almost three years after a late night accident in which a Milford police officer killed two local teenagers, lawsuits by the parents of one of the teens have been settled.

The Connecticut Post reported that the attorney for Frank and Susan Servin, the parents of David Servin, 19, has filed a proposed $2.5 million settlement in Milford Probate Court.

Police Officer Jason Anderson was returning to Milford on the Boston Post Road from a mutual aid call in Orange at 2 a.m. on June 13, 2009 when his police cruiser hit David Servin’s car, killing him and his passenger, Ashlie Krakowski, 19.

Anderson’s speed was recorded up to 94 miles per hour just prior to the collision, and he was not responding to an emergency call.

Anderson faces trial on manslaughter charges for the deaths. The Milford Police Department terminated his employment and Krakowski’s family has also filed lawsuits.

Robert Jochim February 17, 2012 at 08:46 PM
Any settlement should come out of their pension fund. That would then constantly remind officers that they are not above the law and actions have consequences.
Don October 23, 2012 at 06:38 PM
I was out driving home from the movies the night this accident happened. The cops were driving fast and reckless. They should have contacted me if they wanted an eye witness to how fast they were all driving. But they got this scum bag regardless off his own camera and the other cop he was racing. The Servin family deserves every penny they get out of the pension. Sad two young kids had to loose there lives over a foolish idiot driving like a reckless teenager. I hope that there's not a day that goes by that he isn't reminded of the two lives he took that night.
labron james December 14, 2012 at 02:46 PM
I just hope this cop gets what he deserves...abouf 20 years n jail to think about what he did+he should be banned from ever driving again...two things that should happn...that probly wont

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