Burlington's Anthony Manfredi Guilty of DUI Death

He struck and killed Burlington resident Daniel Jalbert in 2011.

File photo.
File photo.
Anthony Manfredi, the Burlington man who police said was drunk when he ran over and killed a pedestrian in 2011, was convicted of vehicular homicide.

The decision was rendered this week following a trial, according to the Lowell Sun.

On Sun., Aug. 14, 2011, Manfredi struck and killed Burlington resident Daniel Jalbert, 51, on Cambridge Street. Police said his blood-alcohol content was 0.26—over three times the legal limit.

Manfredi is scheduled to be sentenced March 28, according to the Sun.

Less than a year after killing Jalbert, Manfredi was charged with driving a moped drunk in Tewksbury.

Read the full Lowell Sun report


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