Driver in Fatal Crash Had 7 Suspensions

Driver of a vehicle that struck and killed a pedestrian in south Jersey has had his license suspended seven times.

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    Records show the driver of a vehicle that struck and killed a pedestrian in south Jersey has had his license suspended seven times.

    Twenty-five-year-old Robert Kusznikow lost his license three times for driving while intoxicated.

    Kusznikow's father is president of the Stafford Township Council.

    Authorities say Kusznikow struck and killed 76-year-old Michael Grosso Jr. and hit a parked car in the township on Wednesday morning. Authorities are awaiting results of a blood analysis.

    Court and motor vehicle records examined by the Asbury Park Press show Kusznikow was 15 when he was issued a summonses in 2002 on charges of driving a mo-ped while under the influence.

    Kusznikow's driver's license was suspended for 210 days in 2004 for driving under the influence, again underage.