Ketchikan man charged after car accident

    Saxman, Alaska (KINY) - Alaska State Troopers said Richard Headley, 47, of Ketchikan, was not hurt in the crash.

    A dispatch from Troopers said they responded to the report of a motor vehicle collision near South Tongass Service at 2:19 pm Tuesday.  The Saxman Village Public Safety Officer was the first to arrive on the scene.

    Troopers said the investigation found Headley had been driving while intoxicated.  He was also charged with driving while license revoked and for violation of his court-ordered conditions of release.

    Headley was held at the Ketchikan Correctional Center in lieu of $250 bond to await a court appearance.

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