Steven Romeo, co-owner of Southold-based Romeo Dimon Marine

Steven Romeo, co-owner of Southold-based Romeo Dimon Marine Services, pleaded not guilty to a misdemeanor driving while intoxicated charge related to driving the pickup truck that crashed into a limousine in Cutchogue on July 18, 2015, killing four women. (Credit: Romeo Dimon Marine Service; Randee Daddona)

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