Charges dropped against man who flew drone over crash scene

A man who was arrested this year after authorities said he refused to stop flying a camera-equipped, remote-controlled device over a crash scene had all the charges against him dismissed today.

But Kele Stanley didn’t get off entirely. As part of an agreement reached between his lawyer, Jon Paul Rion, and Marc Ross, the city of Springfield’s chief prosecutor, Stanley paid $500 to attend a one-day session about drone laws and regulations taught by a Clark State Community College professor.

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