An Irondequoit chiropractor, charged in a deadly DWI hit and run crash in Parma, has a record of driving drunk and has a pending boating while intoxicated charge that prosecutors say happened just months before the crash that killed a Greece couple.
Dr. Stephen Divito pleaded not guilty to new charges Tuesday morning. He's now facing eight charges including aggravated vehicular homicide, vehicular manslaughter and DWI.
He's accused of killing Jim and Pat DePinto in November on the Ontario State Parkway and then speeding away from the scene and crashing a mile and a half away.
Ed Fiandach, Divito’s attorney, says his client is distraught over this.
In court paperwork, News10NBC learned that Divito told police he was at an event called "Grass Drags" in Hamlin before the crash. That's where people race snowmobiles in a grass field.