Gregory T. Moen - One Charge Admitted
One Charge Admitted Anderson pleaded guilty to a charge of riding in Insteness' convertible in an illegal and unsafe unsafe manner. He was fined $20 and costs or four days in jail. Judge Winton set the same trial date and $200 bond on the other two charges. Deputy Sheriff Donald J. Spindler noted Insteness' car on Peterson Ave. in the Town of Seymour when Anderson stood up in the convertible, let out a loud yell and tossed an t j empty beer bottle out on the road. He then saw Anderson and Gregory T. Moen, 18. of 1114 Brookline Ave., stand-up in the convertible, wrestling with each other. Peterson said he wasn't fighting, he was just trying to get Moen to sit down. Moen is scheduled to appear in court later in the week. Spindler turned on the port- to;able red flashing light in his and got up beside Insteness Insteness 1 car. He identified himself as a police officer and ordered the youth to stop. Insteness is alleged to have taken off in a reckless manner and Spindler, losing sight of the youth's car, asked for assistance from the city police and other deputies.