‘Habitual trade offender’ in jail after using over motorcyclists
May 31, 2016 - running watch
LUTZ, Fla. (WFLA) – A 31-year-old Land O’ Lakes male is confronting a accumulation of charges following a critical pile-up Monday nearby a intersection of US 41 and County Line Road in Lutz.
Robert Vance is being hold but bond during a Pasco County Jail. He is confronting one count of aggravated battery with a lethal weapon, one count of withdrawal a stage of a pile-up involving damage and one count of handling a engine car but a current driver’s license. Florida Highway Patrol says Vance is personal as a unreasoning trade offender.
Witnesses contend Vance gathering his car over a motorcycle carrying a male and lady before fleeing.
Just moments before a incident, a think exchanged difference with a motorist of a motorcycle – identified as Joseph Philipp Calderazzo – and his passenger, Melanie Ann Milinkovich.
One declare shot video on his cellphone that clearly shows Calderazzo and Milinkovich being knocked from a motorcycle as Vance drives into it.
Abe Garcia common a video with News Channel 8. He says a people on a bikes are veterans and for this occurrence to occur on Memorial Day is a shame.
Fortunately a motorcyclists were not severely injured, pang a few teenager scrapes and bruises, and were treated during a scene.
Vance has an endless rapist story that includes dual stints in state prison. He’s been convicted formerly on drug, thievery and transgression trade charges out of Brevard County.
Additional charges might be filed opposite Vance as a review into Monday’s pile-up continues.
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