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9 in State District Court in Two Harbors, according to online records.Johnson, the 31-year-old son of Silver Bay Mayor Scott Johnson, was traveling along Lax Lake Road on Oct. Carpenter reportedly admitted to police at the scene that he either fell asleep or lost consciousness.According to the complaint, Carpenter admitted to sheriff's deputies at the crash scene that he had "blacked out" and crossed the centerline, striking Johnson's pickup truck head-on.Eyewitnesses told deputies that they watched the septic tanker truck cross the centerline, correct toward the shoulder and then back again "a half-dozen or more times" just before the crash.Witnesses reportedly told police that Carpenter's truck was driving erratically before the crash, swerving onto the shoulder and across the centerline.Carpenter also allegedly told authorities at the crash scene that "he has spells every once in a while that cause him to think his eyes are open when they are not," a criminal complaint stated.A Hibbing man facing a charge of criminal vehicular homicide for a crash that killed a Silver Bay man last fall won't be allowed to drive under bail conditions set Friday in State District Court in Two Harbors.
He was the son of Silver Bay Mayor Scott Johnson, and was a 2002 graduate of William Kelley High School in Silver Bay and a former junior hockey player.22 two-vehicle crash on Lax Lake Road in Lake County that killed Andrew Johnson, 31.After a motion was made by the prosecutor at Carpenter's initial appearance Friday, visiting Judge Gary Larson set bail at ,000 with a condition that Carpenter not operate any motor vehicle while going through the court process for the charge. The criminal complaint alleges Carpenter caused the death of Johnson "as a result of operating a motor vehicle in a grossly negligent manner." Carpenter was driving a septic tanker truck when the collision occurred.The postponement was mutually requested by attorneys, with Lake County prosecutor Lisa Hanson explaining that the parties are still seeking records from the Minnesota Department of Transportation that may be relevant to the case.“Given the sheer volume of the documents received from the Minnesota Department of Transportation, the delays that have been experienced in getting those documents, and possible follow-up investigation that may be need to be conducted, the parties are in agreement that the June 21-23 trial setting has become unworkable,” Hanson wrote in a letter to the court.
Sixth Judicial District Judge Eric Hylden rescheduled the three-day trial to begin Oct.Carpenter also allegedly told authorities at the crash scene that "he has spells every once in awhile that cause him to think his eyes are open when they are not," the complaint states.Carpenter owned the Portable John septic pumping and portable toilet business.Investigators obtained a search warrant for Carpenter's medical records that "revealed that the defendant has a documented history of obstructive sleep apnea dating back to 2001" and that Carpenter's driving privileges had been briefly suspended in 2005 for failing to submit to a physical exam.