On Tuesday, Florida law enforcement reported that a guy was driving at a speed of 100 miles per hour in a zone where the speed limit was just 40 miles per hour while he had three children with him in the car.
According to the probable cause affidavit, the man, who was later determined to be 22 years old and given the name Jevon Jackson, informed the police that he was speeding in order to bring his girlfriend to a job interview at Taco Bell.
The tweet below confirms the news:
Take a look at an article like this, https://t.co/gCmz3fbZ0p
It’s the same situation, in a different scenario.
“Crazy” guy could have easily injured/killed multiple people.
In this circumstance, luckily he didn’t,
Nonetheless, the point remains the same.
— D (@DaneshAhmed23) May 1, 2023
After an officer in an unmarked patrol vehicle witnessed Jackson driving recklessly in a no-passing zone and coming dangerously close to causing a head-on collision, Jackson was pulled over in the area of De Groodt Road and Gates Street in Palm Bay.
He was taken into custody and then transported to the Brevard County Jail after being charged with child negligence and reckless driving. A further charge of driving while his license was suspended has been brought against him as well.
You may count on us to keep you informed if there is a new development about this piece of news. In the meantime, if you follow our Twitter account, you will be able to read the most recent updates on news that is relevant to this topic.
Click on the following links for more news from the Journalization: