Case adjourned until Nov. 13 for JoJo John in Hudson River boat crash

A judge adjourned John's case Wednesday night until

A judge adjourned John's case Wednesday night until Nov. 13. (September 25, 2013 11:10 PM)

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...

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