Two People Charged by Warrant in Connection with October Crash in Chickahominy

On Sunday two people turned themselves in at Greenwich Police headquarters on outstanding warrants related to a car crash on Oct 27 at the corner of Booth Place and Hamilton Avenue in Chickahominy.

Police say that around 9:00 on John Gordon, 40, had been involved in a crash and left the scene. Pursuant to their investigation, police said vehicle parts were located at the accident scene matching Mr. Gordon’s vehicle, which was located at a nearby residence. Further, they said that Mr. Gordon had failed to drive on the right side of the road and made an improper turn. In dealing with the police on scene, he refused to provide identifying information and his insurance company.

He was charged with Refusing to show License/Registration, Evading Responsibility, Failure to Drive Right and Improper Turns.

His bond was set at $7,500. He was able to post the required 10% cash and was released. He has a date in Stamford Superior Court on December 6, 2022.

Police also arrested Korinna Hoegler, 36. They say she intentionally hindered the police investigation by misleading officers about the crash. She was charged with Interfering with Officers/Resisting. Her bond was also set at $7,500. She was able to post the required $750. Hoegler shares a date with Mr. Gordon on Dec 6, 2022.