Burlington County Man Charged in I-676 Hit-and-Run
The probe of a Saturday hit-and-run in Camden that left a Jackson 29-year-old dead and three others injured leads to an SUV under a tarp in Burlington County – and charges against the driver.
New Jersey State Police say Ronald Winzinger, 35, of Hainesport, surrendered to troopers in the Bordentown barracks Monday night. He’s facing counts of leaving the scene of a fatal motor vehicle accident and hindering apprehension.
Investigators say that Michelle MacInnes was riding in the back seat of a Mazda that was stopped in traffic on Interstate 676 when it was slammed from behind by a Nissan Xterra. Police contend that Winzinger was barreling along, plowing into the car as he tried to change lanes and leave the highway.
According to police, Winzinger stopped momentarily before taking off. His SUV was found under a covering in a parking lot near his house.
Winzinger’s bail was set at $75,000 and he was placed in the Camden County Jail.