Man charged in officer's death: 'I feel bad'

James Ryan, of Oakdale, is charged with vehicular

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James Ryan, of Oakdale, is charged with vehicular manslaughter after a different vehicle struck and killed the Nassau County police officer who came to his rescue. Videojournalist: Jim Staubitser (Oct. 19, 2012)

An accused drunken driver -- charged with vehicular manslaughter after a different vehicle struck and killed the Nassau County police officer who came to his rescue -- is free on bond. The driver, James Ryan, 25, of Oakdale, expressed sympathy Friday to the family of Officer Joseph Olivieri, who died on the Long Island Expressway in the pre-dawn hours of Thursday morning. "I feel bad,"...

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