BUFFALO, N.Y. — It was nearly 10 days ago when a Maserati crashed into a Toyota on Seneca Street in Buffalo. The two people in the Toyota died; Anthony Twentyfive III, 33, and Kristin Labruno, 32.
The driver of the Maserati remains unnamed and uncharged. 2 On Your Side has been hearing from people since the day of the crash, asking why that is.
We took those concerns to Buffalo Police.
Buffalo Police Captain Jeff Rinaldo told 2 On Your Side they haven't released the name of the 34-year-old driver of the Maserati because he hasn't been charged yet, "If, as a result of the investigation, it turns out that there was no crime committed...how's that fair to anybody?"
The reason he hasn't been charged yet is because investigators are still waiting on key evidence.
Buffalo Police obtained a warrant to have the blood of the Maserati driver drawn for toxicology testing.
If they determine that the driver had been under the influence of drugs or alcohol at the time of the crash, he could face charges for that. However, Rinaldo told 2 On Your Side it could take the lab anywhere from four to eight weeks to return those results.
Crash site reconstruction
The Buffalo Police Department is also waiting on the findings of the crash scene investigation to determine if the Maserati driver had been speeding or if he was at fault in any other way.
Rinaldo says the crash scene was large, and the size could affect the time it takes for investigators to make a determination.
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