Clifton man charged in connection with the death of his girlfriend

State Police arrested a Clifton man Tuesday afternoon and charged him in connection with the death of his live in girlfriend.

It is not clear when the money, provided by United Services Automobile Association, will be distributed to the Coast Guard members in need.

24-year-old Jacob Joy pleaded guilty last week to criminal mischief and was fined $500.

Authorities say the driver accidentally hit the gas instead of the brake.

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