Andrew Kelly: Cop In DWI Killing Was Tested For Alcohol Seven Hours After Crash

11/29/2009 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011
  • By Scott Shifrel, John Marzulli and Rocco Parascandola

It took authorities more than seven hours to draw blood from an accused drunken cop who killed a preacher's daughter while driving back to a bar for more booze, the Daily News has learned.

The time lag - partly because a doctor wrongly thought Brooklyn Police Officer Andrew Kelly's consent was necessary - could make a dramatic difference in prosecutors' ability to convict the officer.