By BILL BLEYER
As darkness fell Oct. 4, George Canni steered his high-performance Hustler speedboat up the winding Great Island Channel south of Seaford as his friend Joseph Sugamele trained a spotlight looking for navigation buoys marking the way.
As the boat skimmed across the water at anywhere from 35 mph to 60 mph, Sugamele asked Canni if he could see the buoys in the dark. Canni answered that he knew…
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