Reporter Paul Walsh uses several sources throughout his article, usually citing authorities, recent charges and state records of Kevin Doerr's previous criminal acts.
Walsh uses seven sources: the actual charges, Doerr's girlfriend, a witness, police Sgt. Bill Palmer, authorities, state records of Doerr's unlawful history and a complaint that cites a crime alert.
The sources are scattered throughout the article in order to compliment official charges that were made, the accident itself and the aftermath.
The sources are cited in an effective way that does not get in the way of the actual facts of the accident and those involved. They are primarily mentioned within a sentence or quote, while others are at the end or put at the beginning of the cited material.
Walsh's article is concise while also proficiently citing authorities and other credible sources to check the facts in his story.