Man arrested in hit-and-run cover-up faces judge
A man arrested in connection with the hit-and-run that killed Adam King appeared in court Tuesday.
Dan Sinclair, 50, was arrested on charges of tampering with evidence and perjury in relation to the crash.
Sinclair was given a choice of pretrial release or a total bond was set at $12,500. He was later released on bond Tuesday afternoon.
When asked if he had any comments for the victim’s family, Sinclair took off running with a grin on his face.
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Sinclair is prohibited from having contact with Tracy Miller, the King Family, Adam Costello or members of the Costello family.
18-year-old Adam King was hit and killed by a drunk driver in June of 2016 while riding his motorcycle on Colonial Boulevard. A judge sentenced Adam Costello to 10.5 years in jail Monday for that deadly crash.
Sinclair’s next court appearance will take place at 8:30 a.m. on March 19.