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Fond du Lac police officer charged with speeding and failure to drive safely

At a hearing before Fond du Lac County Circuit Court Judge Richard Nuss on Monday, March 31 at around 3:30 p.m., Fond du Lac County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Ryan Flood was charged with speeding and failing to drive safely in connection with the 2012 car accident that led to the death of 20-year-old Matthew Koenigs.

According to police investigations, Flood had been responding to a hit-and-run distress call on Sunny Road near Eden, Wisconsin from his post on Highway 41 north of County Trunk B when the issued squad car he was driving hit the vehicle driven by Koenigs at the intersection of County Trunks B and K 19 months ago on Aug. 24, 2012.

Members of the Wisconsin State Patrol said his emergency lights weren’t on and that he had not been using his siren. He was also said to be speeding at the time of the accident.

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