Jury Convicts Blaine Driver Who Hit Man Standing by Mailbox
ANOKA, Minn. (AP) -- A jury has convicted a 28-year-old man who sped through a
Twin Cities suburb and fatally struck a man standing by a roadside mailbox last
An Anoka County jury convicted Adam Joseph Rodman of Blaine on three felony
counts of criminal vehicular homicide and a misdemeanor count of failing to stop
for a collision.
Prosecutors said Rodman was speeding last May when he hit another vehicle, left
the roadway, then hit the 39-year-old victim.
Rodman was later arrested. Authorities say he appeared intoxicated.
Sentencing is set for June 2. The prosecutor has asked the court for a
longer-than-usual sentence based on aggravating factors.