Case adjourned until Nov. 13 for JoJo John in Hudson River boat crash
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ORANGETOWN - The boat driver accused in the tragedy on the Hudson River that killed two people faced a judge Wednesday night.
It's been two months since 35-year-old JoJo John, of Nyack, was allegedly drunk and crashed his boat into a Tappan Zee Constructors barge at night, killing bride-to-be Lindsey Stewart and her fiance's would-be best man, Mark Lennon.
John made his second court appearance in Orangetown to face charges of vehicular manslaughter and assault in the deaths of his two friends. The judge adjourned John's case Wednesday until Nov. 13.
John's toxicology reports have still not been released from backlogged state police.
The New York State Thruway Authority and Tappan Zee Constructors maintain the barge the bridal boating party hit was properly lit.