Man Charged in Connection with 2007 Snowmobile Accident 

A man from Limerick has been charged in connection with a hit-and-run snowmobile accident from 2007.39-year-old David Sanborn faces a felony count of furnishing alcohol to a minor.Mr. Sanborn’s arrest is the second stemming from the snowmobile incident. 19-year-old Patrick Rosa, also of Limerick, was sentenced last month to four months in jail for his role in the same accident.On December 28th of 2007, Rosa and three others were racing sleds along an airstrip in Limerick where snowmobiling is prohibited.44-year-old Darrin Smith was walking his dog in the area when he was hit by a snowmobile…He was thrown through the air, and shattered his leg and arm.His dog was also seriously injured.Smith’s young daughter found him and called 9-1-1.Evidence indicated that the incident was alcohol related.The Class C felony count against David Sanborn carries a maximum penalty of up to five years in jail and a five thousand dollar fine.