OHL Alumnus Trojanovic Faces Multiple Charges

Posted: February 23, 2016 by OHLInsiders in News, Uncategorized

An email received late Tuesday night, names former Peterborough Petes defender Steven Trojanovic as the subject of the following allegation.

According to FLY FM.com and Kingston Police:

A Kingston man, 22, faces multiple charges including impaired driving following a number of hit and run incidents downtown Monday night.

Police say just before 7:00 p.m. the driver jumped the curb and drove on the sidewalk where he hit a woman, 19, from behind, sending her airborne and eventually landing in the middle of the street.

Police say she was taken to Kingston General Hospital with what were initially reported as serious injuries but determined later to be non-life threatening.

Following that collision, the man allegedly fled in his vehicle down Hamilton Street where he hit a fence on private property near Chatham St and then fled again to Elm St where he hit a parked car.

Police say he then abandoned his vehicle and fled on foot. Witnesses followed the suspect and flagged down police who arrested him on Hamilton Street.

He was transported to police headquarters where breath tests showed he had three times the legal limit of alcohol in his system.

He faces charges of impaired driving, impaired operation of motor vehicle over .80 mg, two counts of fail to stop, and dangerous driving

Trojanovic spent multiple years in the Ontario Hockey League making stops in Guelph, Peterborough and Windsor. He was attending Queen’s University in Kingston and playing on their Men’s Hockey Team.



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