An Egg Harbor City man has been arrested and charged with vehicular homicide for being responsible for a crash that killed a retired Ocean City fireman on a motorcycle in October 2020.

In a release, Atlantic County Acting Prosecutor Cary Shill said Steven Hanlin failed to maintain his lane of travel and entered into the oncoming lane where he struck the motorcycle head-on, ridden by Anthony Migliaccio of Somers Point. Migliaccio, 63, was pronounced deceased at the scene.

The crash occurred on October 3, 2020, on Clarks Landing Road in Pt. Republic. Municipal court records show his charges at the time of the crash included operating a vehicle under the influence and reckless driving.

Hanlin was taken to the Atlantic County Justice Facility, pending a detention hearing.

According to his obituary, Anthony "Mig" Migliaccio began his firefighter/EMT career with the Ocean City Fire Department, retiring after 25 years in 2010.

After retiring from the Ocean City FD, Migliaccio became a member of the Somers Point VFD Company 2, to serve alongside his daughter Meghan.

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