KinderCare Crash Report

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KinderCare Crash Report
Florida Department of
Law Enforcement
Orlando Regional Operations Center
500 W. Robinson St.
Orlando, Florida 32801-1771
Gerald M. Bailey
Commissioner
1-800-226-8521
www.fdle.state.fl.us
Rick Scott, Governor
Pam Bondi, Attorney General
Jeff Atwater, Chief Financial Officer
Adam Putnam, Commissioner of Agriculture
LABORATORY REPORT
July 15,2014
Sheriff Jerry L. Demings
Orange County Sheriffs Office
P.O. Box 1440
Orlando, FL 32802-1440
TO:
ATTN:
ASL/CSI Vanessa Nylander
VTCTIM(S):
Lily Quintus
SUBJECT(S):
Robert Corchado
Evelyn Rivera Corchado
OFFENSE(S):
Death Investigation
Hit and Run
Drug Offenses
Orange County
4/9/2014
FDLE NUMBER:
SUBMISSION:
6
AGENCY NUMBER:
14031219
20140504451
SUBPOENAS PERTAINING TO THIS CASE
SHOULD REFER TO THE FDLE NUMBER.
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Carol M. Peterson
Senior Crime Laboratory Analyst
Chemistry Section
REFERENCE:
This report references evidence submitted to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement on May 20, 2014 by
F. Defeo. This report may contain conclusions, opinions, and/or interpretations made by the author.
EVIDENCE:
FDLE
Item#
18
19
19
Agency
Exhibit#
Q9
Q10
Q10A
Description
Unknown substance
Unknown substance in one plastic bag
Unknown substance in thirty-three plastic bags
RESULTS:
18
19
19
Q9
Q10
Q10A
Not analyzed. (Analyzed in submission 4.)
Not analyzed. (Analyzed in submission 4.)
Cocaine. (Nine bags tested separately.)
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FDLE NUMBER: 20140504451 Submissions: 6
REMARKS:
Questions regarding this report should be addressed to: [email protected]
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Florida Department of
Law Enforcement
Gerald M. Bailey
Commissioner
Orlando Regional Operations Center
500 W. Robinson St.
Orlando, Florida 32801-1771
1-800-226-8521
www.fdle.state.fl.us
Rick Scott, Governor
Pam Bondi, Attorney General
Jeff Atwater, Chief Financial Officer
Adam Putnam, Commissioner of Agriculture
LABORATORY REPORT
July 17, 2014
TO:
Sheriff Jerry L. Demings
Orange County Sheriffs Office
P.O. Box 1440
Orlando, FL 32802-1440
ATTN:
ASL/CSI Vanessa Nylander
VICTIM(S):
Lily Quintus
SUBJECT(S):
Robert Corchado
Evelyn Rivera Corchado
OFFENSE(S):
Death Investigation
Hit and Run
Drug Offenses
Orange County
4/9/2014
FDLE NUMBER:
SUBMISSION:
AGENCY NUMBER:
20140504451
7
14031219
SUBPOENAS PERTAINING TO THIS CASE
SHOULD REFER TO THE FDLE NUMBER.
Wayne A. Walker Jr.
Crime Laboratory Analyst
Biology Section
REFERENCE:
This report references evidence submitted to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement on July 10, 2014 by
Frank Defeo. This report may contain conclusions, opinions, and/or interpretations made by the author.
EVIDENCE:
FDLE
Item#
23
Agency
Exhibit#
Description
K2
Buccal swabs represented as being from Evelyn Rivera Corchado
REMARKS:
Per ASA Lisa Gong, the submitted evidence is being returned to your agency without examination.
Exhibit K2 is available for retrieval or return at the earliest opportunity.
Abbreviations that may appear in this report are: CODIS Combined DNA Index System; DNA
deoxyribonucleic acid, PCR Polymerase Chain Reaction; STR short tandem repeat', Y-STR male specific
short tandem repeat', FBI Federal Bureau of Investigation', and JFS Journal of Forensic Sciences.
Questions regarding this report should be addressed to: [email protected]
Service
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FDLE
Florida Department of
Law Enforcement
Orlando Regional Operations Center
500 W. Robinson St.
Orlando, Florida 32801-1771
Gerald M. Bailey
Commissioner
1-800-226-8521
www.Me.state.fl.us
Rick Scott, Governor
Pam Bondi, Attorney General
Jeff Atwater, Chief Financial Officer
Adam Putnam', Commissioner of Agriculture
LABORATORY REPORT
January 10, 2014
TO:
Sheriff Donald F. Eslinger
Seminole County Sheriffs Office
100 Bush Blvd.
Sanford, FL 32773-6706
ATTN:
D/S J Smith
SUBJECT(S):
Robert Alex Corchado
OFFENSE(S):
Drug Offenses
Seminole County
12/2/2013
FDLE NUMBER:
SUBMISSION:
AGENCY NUMBER:
20130513945
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201300009595
SUBPOENAS PERTAINING TO THIS CASE
SHOULD REFER TO THE FDLE NUMBER.
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Carol M. Petersop-ÿ
Analyst
Chemistry Section
REFERENCE:
This report references evidence submitted to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement on December 27,
201 3 by N. Cummings. This report may contain conclusions, opinions, and/or interpretation's made by the
author.
EVIDENCE:
FDLE
Item#
1
1
Agency
Exhibit#
BJT1A
BIT IB
Description
Unknown crystals
Unknown off-white substance
RESULTS:
1
1
BJT1A
BJT1B
3,4-Methylenedioxymethcatbinone. (One bag tested.)
Not analyzed.
REMARKS:
Questions regarding this report should be addressed to: [email protected] us.
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Florida Department of
Law Enforcement
Orlando Regional Operations Center
500 W. Robinson St.
Orlando, Florida 32801-1771
Gerald M. Bailey
Commissioner
1-800-226-8521
www.fdle.state.fi . us
Rick Scott, Governor
Pam Bondi, Attorney General
Jeff Atwater, Chief Financial Officer
Adam Putnam, Commissioner of Agriculture
LABORATORY REPORT
March 10,2014
TO:
Sheriff Donald F. Eslinger
Seminole County Sheriffs Office
100 Bush Blvd.
Sanford, FL 32773-6706
FDLE NUMBER:
SUBMISSION:
AGENCY NUMBER:
20130513945
2
201300009595
SUBPOENAS PERTAINING TO THIS CASE
SHOULD REFER TO THE FDLE NUMBER.
ATTN:
D/S J Smith
SUBJECT(S):
Robert Alex Corchado
OFFENSE(S):
Drag Offenses
Seminole County
Carol M. Peterson
Senior Crime Laboratory Analyst
Chemistry Section
12/2/2013
REFERENCE:
This report references evidence submitted to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement on January 24, 2014
by D. Klein. This report may contain conclusions, opinions, and/or interpretations made by the author.
EVIDENCE:
FDLE
Item#
2
Agency
Exhibit
Description
BJT2
Unknown substance
RESULTS:
2
BJT2
Heroin, 4.31 ± 0.47 grams. (Twenty-two bags tested, weight is contents of tested bags.)
REMARKS:
The reported uncertainty is based on the standard uncertainty multiplied by a coverage factor k=3, providing a
level of confidence of 99.7%.
Questions regarding this report should be addressed to: [email protected]
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Completed Trainninq
Program
/ Course Title
Presented By
Total Hours
Date Completed
Pen-Link
Invited Guest
Speaker
August 26 .& 27,'2014
Pen-Link
16
August 26 & 27, 2014
ETS
8
April 14,2014
Pen-Link
32
November 7, 2013
Pinellas County Sheriffs Office
4
January 2, 2013
FDLE
N/A
December 26, 2012
National White Collar Crime Center
(NW3C)
14
October 17, 2012
FDLE Computer Crime Center
6
March 5, 2012
N/A
March 1,2012
FBI
4
February 14, 2012
Cell Phone Investigations
GeoCell
16
January 25, 2012
Advanced ICS / ICS 400
FDLE
14
September 24, 2010
Intermediate ICS / ICS 300
FDLE
20
September 24, 2010
FEMA
N/A
July 29, 2010
FEMA
N/A
July 23, 2010
FEMA
N/A
July 20, 2010
Introduction to Human Trafficking
St. Petersburg College; FL Regional
Community Policing Institute
8
July 1, 2010
Missing Abducted Children
Response Initiatives
NCMEC
8
June 24, 2010
HSK Initiative Seminar
FBI / FDLE
8
June 22, 2010
NamUs / FDLE
8
June 21, 2010
LEIU / IALELA
5
May 7, 2010
Advanced Analytical Skills
LEIU / IALELA
5
May 7, 2010
LEIU / IALELA Training Seminar
LEIU / IALELA
N/A
May 7, 2010
LInX Trainning
FDLE / LInX
4
February 2, 2010
20
January 22, 2010
Pen-Link CIA
Technology & Training Event
Pen-Link CIA
Technology & Training Event
Introduction to CDR and Tower Data
(ETS LE S002)
Call Analysis Training School (CATS)
& Cell Site Intelligence (CSI)
Automated Facial Recognition &
Face Comparison Training
_
2012 Public Records Law Review
Basic Cell Phone Investigations
(Cyber Investigations 105 BCPI)
Introduction to Internet
Investigations
Identifying and Seizing Electronic
Evidence
National Data Exchange (N-Dex)
System Users
_
_
National Response Framework /
ICS 800
National Incident Management
System (NIMS) / ICS 700
ICS for Single Resources and Initial
Action Incidents / ICS 200
_
_
NamUs Missing / Unidentified
Training
Fundamental Concepts of Criminal
Intelligence
_
_
Law Enforcement Intelligence
"Toolbox"
_
_
_
National White Collar Crime Center
(NW3C)
MI State University School of
Intel Program / FEMA
CJ -
Amanda Bartolome Stephens
9/4/2014
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: 01270
Completed Trainninq
Sustaining the Intelligence Capacity
_
MI State University School of
Intel Program / FEMA
CJ -
8
January 22, 2010
Florida Law Enforcement Analyst
Academy
FDLE
204
December 14, 2009
Analytical Investigation Trainning
FDLE / MBI
3
November 2, 2009
Florida Law Enforcement Analyst
Training (FLEAT) II
FDLE
40
March 6, 2009
Law Enforcement Analyst Summit
Various
15
February 4, 2009
Florida Intelligence Unit Conference
FlU/Various
24
November 17, 2008
DOC Outside Agency Training
DOC
6
October 30, 2008
CENTRA / Christopher Hickey
6
September 30, 2008
FDLE
40
July 14,2008
Ed Hudson
2
July 10, 2008
InSite Training All Modules
Lori Sanders, FDLE
7
March 25, 2008
Computerized Criminal History
Robin Sparkman, FDLE
2
March 11, 2008
FACTS Training
Robin Sparkman, FDLE
5
March 5, 2008
PENLINK
Special Agent Jeff Portz, FDLE
8
March 4, 2008
FCIC II / E-AGENT Hands On
Training
FDLE
3
February 28, 2008
CJIS Certification
FDLE
4
February 13, 2008
Intro. To Incident Command System
Course /ICS 100
Web Based Training
4
January 1, 2006
Web Based Training
3
September 9, 2005
Web Based Training
2
August 9, 2005
Steve Brady, FDLE
2
March 29, 2005
_
Homeland Security Threat
Assessment Workshop
Basic Law Enforcement Analyst
Training
_
_
METHCHECK Training
-
_
_
_
_
Incident Command System Course
(OROC) / ICS 100
Incident Management Team Training
(OROC)
_
_
Public Records
Amanda Bartolome Stephens
2
9/4/2014
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FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL
TRAFFIC HOMICIDE INVESTIGATION
INVESTIGATIVE COSTS
DEFENDANT: Robert Aiex Corchado
CASE NUMBER:
ARREST DATE: 4/10/14
FHP714-07-023
CHARGE(S):
The following itemized investigative costs have been incurred by the Florida Highway Patrol
of the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles in connection with the above named criminal
investigation.
The Florida Highway Patrol requests that these costs be included and entered in the
judgment rendered against the convicted defendant as provided in Section 938.27, Florida Statute, to
be deposited in the Law Enforcement Trust Fund of the Department of Highway Safety and Motor
Vehicles.
DOCUMENTED INVESTIGATIVE COSTS
Date
Hours
7/1/14
7/11/14
7/18/14
5
9
10
Salary (hourly)
127.20
228.96
254.40
25.44
25.44
25.44
Date
Total
7/8/14
7/12/14
Hours
7
Salary (hourly)
25.44
25.44
4
Total
178.08
101.76
All other documented expenses:
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Sub-Total (if applicable)
890.40
Total
16.879.67
I hereby certify and affirm that the above-stated investigative costs were actually incurred by the
Florida Highway Patrol as necessary costs in the investigation of the above named person.
Corporal:
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FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL
TRAFFIC HOMICIDE INVESTIGATION
INVESTIGATIVE COSTS
DEFENDANT: Robert Alex Corchado
CASE NUMBER:
CHARGE(S):
ARREST DATE: 4/10/14
FHP71 4-07-023
Leaving scene with injuries, Trafficking in 14 Grams or
more heroin,
The following itemized investigative costs have been incurred by the Florida Highway Patrol
of the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles in connection with the above named criminal
investigation.
The Florida Highway Patrol requests that these costs be included and entered in the
judgment rendered against the convicted defendant as provided in Section 938.27, Florida Statute, to
be deposited in the Law Enforcement Trust Fund of the Department of Highway Safety and Motor
Vehicles.
DOCUMENTED INVESTIGATIVE COSTS
Date
Hours
4/9/14
4/11/14
4/13/14
4/15/14
4/17/14
4/20/14
4/22/14
Salary (hourly)
25.44
25.44
25.44
25.44
25.44
25.44
25.44
8
9
2
12
10
2
16
Date
Total
4/10/14
4/12/14
4/14/14
203.52
228.96
50.88
305.28
254.40
50.88
407.04
4/16/14
4/18/14
4/21/14
4/23/14
Hours
16
2
12
12
12
12
15
Salary (hourly)
Total
25.44
25.44
25.44
25.44
25.44
25.44
25.44
407.04
50.88
305.28
305.28
305.28
305.28
381.16
All other documented expenses:
Trancription of all sworn, digitally recorded interviews taken for a total of 3294.30 dollars.
Audio of FHP radio downloaded for a total of 0.85 cents.
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6,856.31
Total
16,879.67
I hereby certify and affirm that the above-stated investigative costs were actually incurred by the
Florida Highway Patrol as necessary costs in the investigation of the above named person.
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FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL
TRAFFIC HOMICIDE INVESTIGATION
INVESTIGATIVE COSTS
DEFENDANT: Robert Alex Corchado
CASE NUMBER:
CHARGE(S):
FHP714-07-023
ARREST DATE: 4/10/14
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Possession of cocaine with intent to sell, manufacture, or deliver, or possess with
intent to sell manufacture, or deliver, a controlled subtance
The following itemized investigative costs have been incurred by the Florida Highway Patrol
of the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles in connection with the above named criminal
investigation.
The Florida Highway Patrol requests that these costs be included and entered in the
judgment rendered against the convicted defendant as provided in Section 938.27, Florida Statute, to
be deposited in the Law Enforcement Trust Fund of the Department of Highway Safety and Motor
Vehicles.
DOCUMENTED INVESTIGATIVE COSTS
Date
4/24/14
4/28/14
4/30/14
5/2/14
5/6/14
5/8/14
5/10/14
Hours
12
13
13
8
13
13
13
Salary (hourly)
Date
Total
4/25/14
4/29/14
5/1/14
5/5/14
5/7/14
5/9/14
5/13/14
305.28
330.72
330.72
203.52
330.72
330.72
330.72
25.44
25.44
25.44
25.44
25.44
25.44
25.44
All other documented expenses:
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Sub-Total (if applicable)
4,299.36
Hours
14
9
13
13
13
9
13
Salary (hourly)
_
Total
25.44
25.44
25.44
25.44
25.44
25.44
25.44
356.16
228.96
330.72
330.72
330.72
228.96
330.72
Tota!
16,879.67
I hereby certify and affirm that the above-stated investigative costs were actually incurred by the
Florida Highway Patrol as necessary costs in the investigation of the above named person.
Corporal:
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Law EiÿrcemeraJ3fficer,|§ejbtion 117.10 Florida Statutes
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FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL
TRAFFIC HOMICIDE INVESTIGATION
INVESTIGATIVE COSTS
DEFENDANT: Robert Alex Corchado
CASE NUMBER:
FHP71 4-07-023
ARREST DATE:
4/10/14
Possession of 20 grams or less of cannabis and Use or possession of drug
CHARGE(S):
paraphernalia
The following itemized investigative costs have been incurred by the Florida Highway Patrol
of the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles in connection with the above named criminal
investigation.
The Florida Highway Patrol requests that these costs be included and entered in the
judgment rendered against the convicted defendant as provided in Section 938.27, Florida Statute, to
be deposited in the Law Enforcement Trust Fund of the Department of Highway Safety and Motor
Vehicles.
DOCUMENTED INVESTIGATIVE COSTS
Date
5/14/14
5/16/14
5/20/14
5/22/14
5/25/14
6/2/14
6/9/14
Hours
13
9
4
11
5
2
9
Salary (hourly)
25.44
25.44
25.44
25.44
25.44
25.44
25.44
Date
Total
330.72
228.96
101.76
279.84
127.20
50.88
228.96
5/15/14
5/19/14
5/21/14
5/24/14
5/27/14
6/8/14
6/10/14
Hours
13
4
9
5
4
5
9
Salary (hourly)
25.44
25.44
25.44
25.44
25.44
25.44
25.44
Total
330.72
101.76
228.96
127.20
101.76
127.20
228.96
All other documented expenses:
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3
of 5
Sub-Total (if applicable)
2,594.88
Total
16,879.67
I hereby certify and affirm that the above-stated investigative costs were actually incurred by the
Florida Highway Patrol as necessary costs in the investigation of the above named person.
Corporal:
Sworn to me this
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HSMV 62753 (09/08)
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FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL
TRAFFIC HOMICIDE INVESTIGATION
INVESTIGATIVE COSTS
DEFENDANT: Robert Alex Corchado
CASE NUMBER:
ARREST DATE:
FHP71 4-07-023
4/10/14
CHARGE(S):
The following itemized investigative costs have been incurred by the Florida Highway Patrol
of the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles in connection with the above named criminal
investigation.
The Florida Highway Patrol requests that these costs be included and entered in the
judgment rendered against the convicted defendant as provided in Section 938.27, Florida Statute, to
be deposited in the Law Enforcement Trust Fund of the Department of Highway Safety and Motor
Vehicles.
DOCUMENTED INVESTIGATIVE COSTS
Hours
Date
6/12/14
6/15/14
6/20/14
6/22/14
6/24/14
6/27/14
6/29/14
3
5
7
5
11
Salary (hourly)
76.32
127.20
178.08
127.20
279.84
228.96
127.20
25.44
25.44
25.44
25.44
25.44
25.44
25.44
9
5
Total
Date
6/14/14
6/16/14
6/21/14
6/23/14
6/26/14
6/28/14
6/30/14
Hours
6
8
5
11
5
5
3
Salary (hourly)
25.44
25.44
25.44
25.44
25.44
25.44
25.44
Total
152.64
203.52
127.20
279.84
127.20
127.20
76.32
All other documented expenses:
Page
4
of 5
Sub-Total (if applicable)
2,238.72
Total
16,879.67
I hereby certify and affirm that the above-stated investigative costs were actually incurred by the
Florida Highway Patrol as necessary costs in the investigation of the above named person.
Corporal:
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Sworn to me this
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117.10 Florida Statutes
HSMV 62753 (09/08)
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FLORIDA
HIGHWAY PATROL
SUBJECT:
TRAFFIC HOMICIDE INVESTIGATION RELEASE
CASE NO.:
FHP714-07-023
TO:
Corporal
Brian J. Gensier
Orlando, FL 32807
This is to certify that the above captioned case was received by this office and:
This case was not reviewed by this office and may be released per
FHP policy.
We do not intend to file a criminal information based on the
information provided.
A criminal information was filed and the above investigation was
disclosed to the defense counsel as a result of discovery, or
disclosed at a public hearing.
n
A criminal information was filed and all prosecution and appeals
in this case are completed.
The Florida Highway Patrol will release the above captioned case as a public
record in accordance with Florida Statutes.
(Signature of State Attorney)
(State Attorney’s Name - Typed/Printed)
(State Attorney’s Circuit)
(Date)
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FLORIDA
HIGHWAY PATROL
TRAFFIC HOMICIDE
REPORT
Prepared By:
Master Brian J. Gensler
(Investigator)
Reviewed By:
Sergeant Francina L. Ogburn
(THl Sergeant)
Class:
THI Case No.
FHP714-07-023
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page(s)
1
Prosecutor’s or Supervisor’s Release (HSMV 62710 or HSMV 62004)
2
Cover Sheet (HSMV 62699) or (HSMV 62700)
3
Table of Contents (HSMV 62701 )
4-64
Investigative Report (HSMV 62702)
65-67
Reconstruction Diagram (HSMV 62703)
68-105
Witness List (HSMV 62704)
J 08-129
Statements and/or Written Interviews (If applicable)
(HSMV 62705, HSMV 62751, HSMV 62752)
1 06
Chemical Test Information (HSMV 62706)
107
Arrest Information (HSMV 62709)
130-135
Exhibits*
Crash Report
Medical Examiner Case Synopsis
1 36
137-141
Driver's License
142-157
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Orange County
Forensics Report
Investigation Conducted by: Master Brian J. Gensler
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Traffic Homicide Investigator
Investigation Reviewed by:
Investigation Reviewed by:
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INVESTIGATIVE REPORT
ASSIGNMENT
On Wednesday, April 9, 2014, at 3:44 P.M., I was notified by the Florida Highway Patrol
Orlando Regional Communication Center of a possible fatal traffic crash that occurred
on State Road 551 (Goldenrod Road) northbound, north of University Blvd., at the
address of 4035 Goldenrod Road, Orlando, FL 32817 in Orange County, Florida. The
address is the business of Kindercare Learning Center (daycare). I arrived on scene at
4:1 1 P.M. This crash involved two vehicles. One of the vehicles entered the building of
Kindercare Learning Center and the other vehicle left the scene of the crash. There
were multiple children pedestrians from the building transported to hospitals. As a
result of the crash, one child pedestrian suffered fatal injuries, two serious bodily
injuries, 10 non-incapacitating injuries and adult pedestrian non-incapacitating injury.
One occupant from the vehicle who entered the building was treated for injuries on
Thursday, April 10, 2014.
ROADWAY
The initial crash occurred on northbound outside lane of State Road 551 (Goldenrod
Road) at the business entrance to 4035 Goldenrod Road, Orlando, FL 32817
(Kindercare Learning Center). State Road 551 is a designated north-south roadway
and the roadway travels in a north-south direction in the area of the crash. State Road
551 consists of two northbound through lanes and two southbound through lanes.
There are two southbound inside left turn lanes south of the area of the crash. There is
one southbound outside right turn lane south of the area of the crash. There is one
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northbound inside left turn lane north of the area of the crash. The northbound lanes
were divided from the southbound lanes by a raised concrete median. The median is 6
feet 3 inches in width. The width of the northbound outside lane is 13 feet 8 inches.
The width of the northbound inside lane is 11 feet 9 inches.
The width of the
northbound inside left turn lane is 11 feet 2 inches. The width of the southbound inside
left turn lane is 11 feet 2 inches. The width of the southbound outside left turn fane is 11
feet 2 inches. The width southbound inside through lane is 11 feet. The width of the
southbound outside through lane is 13 feet 6 inches. The width of the southbound
outside right turn lane is 12 feet 6 inches. The outer edges of the northbound and
southbound outside lanes are abutted by a raised concrete curbing.
The outside
edges of north and southbound State Road 551 is marked by solid white painted line.
The through lanes for northbound traffic are separated from each other by intermittent
white pained lines. The through lanes for southbound traffic are separated from each
other by solid white lines for the first 200 feet north of the intersection of University Blvd.
than change to intermittent white painted lines. The inside edge of northbound and
southbound of State Road 551 are marked by solid yellow painted line. State Road 551
is composed of asphalt that is in a traffic polished condition. The coefficient of friction of
eastbound State Road 551 is .65. The grade at the area of the crash is 0%. The
superelevation of the roadway at the area of the crash is 0%; however, the roadway is
crowned for water drainage. The posted speed limit for eastbound State Road 551 is
45 miles per hour. There is a speed limit sign posted for northbound traffic 225 feet
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north of the area of collision. There were no adverse highway characteristics or defects
found that would have contributed to this crash.
The most southern portion of the driveway entrance to Kindercare Learning Center is
275 feet north of the intersection for University Blvd.
The entrance to Kindercare
Learning Center has a 7% upgrade for the first 8 feet east of State Road 551 and then
turns into a gradual downgrade of 5%. The driveway for Kindercare Learning Center is
23 feet 6 inches in width. The raised concrete curbing directly in front of the Kindercare
Learning Center that abuts the northbound lanes has a grass shoulder that is 3 feet in
width to the east. There is a paved concrete sidewalk near State Road 551 that abuts
the east side of the grass that is 5 feet 2 inches in width. There is a grassy area that
separates the paved concrete sidewalk from another concrete paved sidewalk. The
grassy area is 17 feet 8 inches in width. The paved concrete sidewalk near the parking
lot east of the grassy area is 5 feet 2 inches in width. There is another strip of grassy
area east of the second sidewalk shaped in an upside down “L" from a northerly
direction. The thin portion of this grassy area is 5 feet in width and the north portion
widest section is 23 feet in width. The parking lot for Kindercare Learning Center is east
of the grassy area shaped in an “L” form. The entrance to the parking lot east of the
grassy area is 23 feet in width. The parking lot is 59 feet 9 inches in width from the west
outer edge to the east outer edge. There are 11 parking spaces on the west side of the
parking lot, closest to the State Road 551 and there are 11 parking spaces on the east
side of the parking lot, closest to the building. The second parking space on the north
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side,
east side of the parking lot for Kindercare Center is a concrete ramp instead of a
parking space. The concrete ramp leads to the raised 6 inch concrete sidewalk east of
the parking lot. The concrete ramp is 3 feet 8 inches in width. The paved concrete
sidewalk that abuts the east side of the parking lot is 5 feet 2 inches in width. There is a
landscaped area that abuts the east side of the sidewalk directly in front of the
Kindercare Learning Center building. The landscaped area is covered with mulch and
had shrubbery bushes in a line formation in front of the building.
The Kindercare Learning Center building was built in the year of 1984. The length of
the front of the building is 70 feet and the width of the building is 70 feet. There are two
rooms on the north side of the building 24 feet wide. The room to the front of the
building is 30 feet 8 inches in length. The room to the rear of the building is 37 feet 8
inches in length. The surrounding outside walls was made out of a wood frame installed
with cooling/heating installation. The lower portion of the outer wall was lined with
cement bricks. The flooring for the two rooms was installed with vinyl tile. The two
rooms were separated by a dividing wall that was constructed out of drywall held up by
wooden studs and a door.
VEHICLE: V-1:
V-1 was a silver 2005 Dodge Durango.
V-1 was equipped with an automatic
transmission, power-assisted steering and power-assisted front and rear disc brakes.
V-1 was equipped with V-6 3.5 liter engine and rear wheel drive chassis. V-1 was
equipped with standard occupant restraint devices which consisted of lap belts and
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shoulder harnesses. V-1 was also equipped with driver and front seat passenger air
bags which did not deploy during the crash. V-1 had the assigned Florida tag number
.
and V.I.N. number
OCCUPANT: V-1 DRIVER: (D-1): D-1 was Robert Alex Corchado, a maie who was 28
years old at the time of the crash. D-1 resided
32792. D-1 had a valid Florida class “E” operator’s license with no restrictions and
endorsement. Physical evidence in the form of (fingerprints and D.N.A. samples) from
D-1 and statements made by an independent witness located at the address of
32808, was used to identify Robert Alex Corchado as
the driver of V-1 and sole occupant. It is unknown if D-1 was wearing his occupant
restraint device at the time of the collision. This investigation was unable to determine
where D-1 was coming from or going to. Just prior to the area of the crash, V-1 was
traveling northbound on State Road 551 in the outside lane approaching the business
entrance to Kindercare Learning Center. D-1 should have been familiar with the area of
the crash, due to traveling this route on previous occasions from his phone records. D-
1 also should have been familiar with V-1, due to the amount of time he spent driving
this V-1 , which was documented by different persons on different occasions.
VEHICLE: V-2:
V-2 was a black 2006 Toyota Solara convertible. V-1 was equipped with an automatic
transmission, power-assisted steering and power-assisted front and
rear disc brakes.
V-2 was equipped with V-6 3.5 liter engine and front wheel drive chassis. V-2 was
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equipped with standard occupant restraint devices which consisted of tap belts and
shoulder harnesses.
V-2 was also originally equipped with driver and front seat
passenger air bags which did not deploy during the crash. V-2 had the assigned Florida
tag number
.
and V.i.N. number
OCCUPANT: V-2 DRIVER: (D-21: D-2 was Albert Dean Campbell, a male who was 61
years old at the time of the crash. D-2 resided
32792. D-1 had a valid Florida class “E” operator’s license with no restrictions or
endorsement.
D-2 had presented his Florida Driver’s License to the Traffic Crash
Investigator, (Trooper Ricardo Reyes) and advised him he was the driver of V-2. There
was one other occupant in V-2. D-2 was wearing his occupant restraint device at the
time of the collision which consisted of a shoulder and lap belt. D-2 reported no injuries
at the scene. D-2 was coming from Logan’s Steakhouse restaurant on University Blvd.,
west of State Road 434 (Alafaya Trail) and was heading to his wife’s work, which is
located in the Goldenrod Plaza at
Just
prior to the area of the crash, V-2 was traveling northbound on State Road 551 in the
outside lane making a right turn into the dual business entrance of Goldenrod Plaza and
Kindercare Learning Center.
D-2 was familiar with the route he was traveling and
familiar with driving V-2.
OCCUPANT: V-2 FRONT RIGHT
(0-1):
0-1 was Kimberly Bailey Campbell, a female
who was 53 years old at the time of the crash. 0-1 resided at
32792. She was seated in the front right seat of V-2. She was wearing
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her occupant restraint device at the time of the collision which consisted of a lap belt
and shoulder harness. She was not transported for her injuries; however, she received
medical treatment on the following day from her physician, Doctor Son Nguyen. She
was then referred by her physician to the Stand-Up MRI of Orlando injuries sustained in
the crash. Her injuries consisted of pain to her lower back, neck pain, left shoulder,
upper left arm and numbness in the left hand.
PEDESTRIAN: P-1
P-1 was Lily Quintus, a female who was 4 years old at the time of the crash. P-1 had
the address of
3281 7. Prior to the collision, she was
occupying the room located in the northwest side of the building of Kindercare Learning
Center.
She was transported to Arnold Palmer Regional Medical Center, due to
receiving serious bodily injuries. She was pronounced deceased by Dr. Mark Levy at
6:15 P.M. at Arnold Palmer Regional Medical Center.
PEDESTRIAN: P-2
P-2 was June Decalzada, a female who was 3 years old at the time of the crash. P-2
32746. Prior to the collision, she
had the address of
was occupying the room located in the northwest side of the building of Kindercare
Learning Center. She was transported to Arnold Palmer Regional Medical Center, due
to receiving serious bodily injuries.
PEDESTRIAN: P-3
P-3 was Kaleb Infante, a male who was 4 years old at the time of the crash. P-3 had
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the address of 2853 TCU Blvd., Orlando, FL 32817. Prior to the collision, he was
occupying the room located in the northwest side of the building of Kindercare Learning
Center. He was transported to Arnold Palmer Regional Medical Center, due to non¬
capacitating injuries.
PEDESTRIAN: P-4
P-4 was Dane Kelley, a male who was 3 years old at the time of the crash. He had the
32940.
address of
occupying the
Prior to the collision, he was
room in the northwest side of the building of Kindercare Learning Center.
He was transported to Arnold Palmer Regional Medical Center, due to non¬
incapacitating injuries.
PEDESTRIAN: P-5
P-5 was Jade Lawrence, a female who was 3 years old at the time of the crash. She
32817. Prior to the collision,
had the address of
she was occupying the room in the northwest side of the building of Kindercare
Learning Center. He was transported to Arnold Palmer Regional Medical Center, due to
non-capacitating injuries.
PEDESTRIAN: P-6
P-6 was Elijah Torres-Logan, a male who was 3 years old at the time of the crash. He
had the address of
32825. Prior to
the collision, he was occupying the room in the northwest side of the building of
Kindercare Learning Center. He was transported to Arnold Palmer Regional Medical
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Center, due to receiving serious bodily injuries.
PEDESTRIAN: P-7
P-7 was Richard Rivera, a male who was 5 years old at the time of the crash. He had
32792. Prior to the collision, he
the address of
was occupying the room in the northeast side of the building of Kindercare Learning
Center. He was transported to Arnold Palmer Regional Medical Center, due to his
incapacitating injuries.
PEDESTRIAN: P-8
P-8 was Jamie Duna, a female who was 4 years old at the time of the crash. She had
address of
32817. Prior to the crash, she was
occupying the room in the northwest side of the building of Kindercare Learning Center.
He was transported to Arnold Palmer Regional Medical Center, due to his non¬
incapacitating injuries.
PEDESTRAIN : P-9
P-9 was Mekayla Healy, a female who was 5 years old at the time of the crash. She
32817. Prior to the crash, she
had the address of
was occupying the room in the northeast side of the building of Kindercare Learning
Center.
She was transported to Arnold Palmer Regional Medical Center, due to
possible injuries.
PEDESTRIAN: P-10
P-10 was Ethan Lopez, a male who was 4 years old at the time of the crash. He had
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address of
32773. Prior to the crash, he was occupying
the room in the northwest side of the building of Kindercare Learning Center. He was
transported to Arnold Palmer Regional Medical Center, due to his non-incapacitating
injuries.
PEDESTRIAN: P-11
P-11 was Isibelle Strube, a female who was 5 years old at the time of the crash. She
32817. Prior to the crash, she
had the address of
was occupying the room on the northeast side of the building of Kindercare Learning
Center. He was transported to Arnold Palmer Regional Medical Center for his non¬
incapacitating injuries.
PEDESTRIAN: P-12
P-12 was Xavier Valez, a male who was 5 years old at the time of the crash. He had
FL 32792. Prior to the crash
the address of
he was occupying the room on the northeast side of the building of Kindercare Learning
Center. He was transported to Arnold Palmer Regional Medical Center for his non¬
incapacitating injuries.
PEDESTRIAN: P-13
P-13 was Donna Brashears, a female who was 43 years old at the time of the crash.
She had the address of
Prior to the crash,
she was occupying the room on the northeast side of the building of Kindercare
Learning Center. She was transported to Orlando Regional Medical Center for non-
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incapacitating injuries.
INVESTIGATION
Upon notification of this crash from the Florida Highway Patrol Communication Center, I
responded to the scene. I arrived on scene and conferred with the Traffic Homicide
Sergeant, Francina L. Ogburn, as she had arrived on scene 20 minutes prior. She
informed me of the basic facts of the crash as she knew them. She stated V-1 was
traveling northbound on State Road 551 in the outside lane approaching the dual
business entrance for Kindercare Learning Center and Goldenrod Plaza. V-2 was
traveling northbound on State Road 551 in the outside lane making a right turn into the
dual business entrance of Kindercare Learning Center and Goldenrod Plaza. The front
right of V-1 struck the rear right of V-2, causing the front right bumper cover of V-1 to be
torn off and remain in the area of initial collision. V-1 failed to remain on scene and fled
northbound on State Road 551 without rendering air or notifying law enforcement. V-2
continued traveling east direction and entered the parking lot of Kindercare Learning
Center on the west side. V-2 struck and traveled through two rooms of the Kindercare
Learning Center building before stopping at the east side outer wall. There were many
children with adults occupying the Kindercare Learning Center still inside the building at
the time of the collision.
The Orange County Fire Department was transporting
occupants of the building to surrounding hospitals. Sergeant Ogburn informed me there
were two independent witnesses on scene who observed this crash from the roof of the
gas station located in the adjacent building to the south of the Kindercare Learning
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Center building. She stated that one of the independent witnesses stated that V-1 was
a silver Dodge Durango. Trooper Reyes identified the driver of V-2 as Albert Dean
Campbell (D-2). Sergeant Ogburn spoke to D-2 on scene prior to my arrival. D~2
advised her he was coming from lunch and had one alcoholic beverage. Sergeant
Ogburn asked him if he consent to a voluntary blood draw to determine his blood
alcohol content. He gave permission and provided a voluntary blood draw to determine
the level of alcohol in his system. Paramedic John Hardell conducted the voluntary
blood draw from the Orange County Fire Department on scene of the crash.
Sergeant Francina L. Ogburn, Master Corporal Albert Pratts, Senior Corporal Daphne
P. Vuncker, Corporal Alan L. Compton, Corporal Michael A. Manfredo, Trooper Brenden
M. Kraiich, Trooper Wanda D. Diaz and the Crash Investigator, Trooper Ricardo Reyes
also responded and assisted with the on scene investigation. Master Corporal Pratts
and Sergeant Ogburn had made a field sketch to document the physical evidence at the
scene.
Senior Corporal Yuncker photographed the scene and surrounding area.
Corporal Compton conducted two sworn, digitally recorded interviews with independent
witnesses, Corporal Manfredo witnessed
a voluntary blood draw on D-2, Albert Dean
Campbell to determine if D-2 was under the influence of any alcohol or controlled
substances and Trooper Reyes conducted the crash investigation.
I observed the remaining piece of a silver front right corner portion of a bumper cover
that was originally recovered on the east shoulder on northbound State Road 551 in the
apex of the curve to the entrance of the Kindercare Learning Center driveway. Trooper
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Ricardo Reyes had taken possession of this piece after arriving at the scene to ensure
that it was not altered from emergency vehicles traveling through the scene. I had
Trooper Brenden M. Kralich take that piece to the closest Dodge dealership parts
department, (Greenway Dodge) and have then
of vehicle this part belonged too.
run the part number to find out what type
Trooper Kralich arrived at the Greenway Dodge
Dealership and showed the piece to the Parts Manger, Mindy Wilson. She ran the part
number through her data base and was able to determine this piece was an aftermarket
product from a silver Dodge Durango with the year range of 2004 to 2006. Trooper
Brendon Kralich advised the F.H.P. Orlando Regional Comm. Center of this information,
so it could broadcast through our channels and the local law enforcement agencies as
to what year make and model vehicle to be on the lookout (bolo) for.
I also completed a walkthrough of the scene observing the tire marks that traveled
through the grass divider that separated the parking spaces from the driveway access.
I conducted two interviews at the crash scene from two independent witnesses who
were working on the roof of the Marathon gas station which is the building adjacent and
to the south of the KinderCare Learning Center on the southeast corner of Goldenrod
Road and University Blv. I interviewed Joel Rosado. He stated that he heard the tires
of a vehicle screeching across the roadway, north of his location. He then looked in a
northerly direction and observed the initial impact between the silver Dodge Durango
and the black Toyota Solara on State Road 551 at the entrance to Kindercare. He
observed the silver Dodge Durango, traveling northbound on State Road 551 leaving
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the scene at a high rate of speed. He also observed the Toyota Solara travel through
the parking lot and on the sidewalk in front of the building for KinderCare Learning
Center. He continued to observe the black Toyota Solara crash through the front wall of
the KinderCare Learning Center.
The second interview was with independent witness, Ronney Avellan, he stated that he
heard the initial impact between the silver pickup truck or sports utility vehicle and the
black Toyota Solara. He then observed the black Toyota Solara travel through the
parking where it entered the KinderCare Learning Center building. He observed a silver
truck or sports utility vehicle in a reverse direction before traveling northbound on State
Road 551; leaving the scene of the crash at a high rate of speed. He observed only a
male driver occupying the silver sports utility or truck, which was wearing a white shirt.
He stated the male was in his twenties with dark skin. He then heard the second bang,
which was the black Toyota Solara entering the building of the KinderCare Learning
Center.
Corporal Larry A. Compton interviewed two other independent witnesses on scene. He
interviewed Alan B. Root who stated he was facing the A.T.M. at the Wells Fargo bank
at the northwest side of the intersection of State Road 551 and University Blvd. Root
stated he heard the crash between the two vehicles and observed a silver Dodge
Durango traveling northbound on State Road 551 pulling away from the Toyota at a
high rate of speed. He then heard the crash between the Toyota and KinderCare
Learning Center, but did not see it occur.
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Corporal Compton then interviewed Dennis A. Dickquist. He stated he was seated in a
car in the bank parking lot located west of State Road 551 and north of University Blvd.,
facing State Road 551.
He heard the crash then observed the silver sports utility
vehicle pushing the Toyota Solara into the entrance of the parking iot of the KinderCare
Learning Center. He could hear and observed the silver sports utility vehicle traveling
northbound on State Road 551 at a high rate of speed.
After I conducted the two sworn digitally recorded statements, I walked through the
scene. I
observed the set of tire marks that traveled through the grass portion that
divided the parking spaces on the west side of the parking from the driveway entrance,
I then observed the gouge marks on the west edge of the sidewalk that abuts the
KinderCare Learning Center building. I observed a gouge mark on the ramp leading to
the sidewalk directly in front of the KinderCare Learning Center building. I observed a
section of the shrubbery that lined the west side of the KinderCare Learning Center
building rooted from the ground. I observed the outer west side of the wall for the
Kindercare Learning Center building had a large section torn away with the insolation
covering the hole.
I walked inside the KinderCare Learning Center building and
observed the destruction to the interior. I observed the dirt and shrubbery across the
floor in the northwest room. I observed the loose bricks that were from the bottom
portion of the
outer wall across the interior floor of the northwest room. I observed
damaged toys spread across the floor. I observed storage containers and cabinets in
the northwest room pushed against the east wall that were damaged. I observed the
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blue children seats in the northwest room scattered from being knocked over and not on
their four legs. I observed a set of tire marks in the northwest room on the vinyl floor
that start near the west wall and travel towards the east wall. These tire marks then
traveled across an area rug that was on the east side of the room. I observed the
portion of the center wall that divides the two north side rooms torn away. I observed
the door for that center wall lying on the floor on the west side of the northeast room. I
observed an area of bodily fluids on the floor on the west side of the northeast room. I
observed more blue children chairs scattered across the northeast room that were
overturned.
I observed children items and toys that were damaged scattered
throughout the northeast room. I observed children desk overturned and missing legs in
the northeast room. I observed the tire marks from the northwest
room continue into the
northeast room and end at the front tires of V-2. The end of the tire marks where the
front tires came to final rest are greater in width. I observed V-2 at final rest in the
northeast room, facing an easterly direction inches from touching the easterly wail. I
observed the blue children chairs wedge under the front portion of V-2.
There were no tire marks before the initial area of collision on State Road 551 in the
outside lane to show braking by V-1 . There were other tire marks after and on the dual
driveway entrance, however, they were not consistent with the dynamics of the crash.
Measurements taken during this reconstruction investigation were obtained utilizing the
Cartesian Coordinate Grid Method which identifies a zero point and a reference line.
The zero point is located on the reference line directly west of the utility pole with
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the assigned number of 0000. This utility pole is located on the east side of State
Road 551 10 feet 1 inch from the reference line and is the second utility pole north
of University Blvd. The reference line was identified as the solid white painted
iine marking the outside edge of the outside northbound lane of State Road 551.
V-1 was traveling northbound on State Road 551 from University Blvd. in the outside
lane approaching the dual driveway entrance of Goldenrod Plaza and KinderCare
Learning Center. V-2 was traveling northbound on State Road 551 in the outside lane
making a right turn into the driveway entrance of Goldenrod Plaza and KinderCare
Learning Center. V-1 approached the rear of V-2 and the front right side of V-1 struck
the rear right of V-2. This area of collision was identified by where the portion of the
silver Dodge Durango’s front right bumper cover came to final rest. This first area of
collision was measured at 68 feet 2 inches south of the zero point and 5 feet 2 inches
west of the reference line. This first collision rotated V-2’s right turn into a sharper
clockwise rotation. This caused V-2 to be facing a southeasterly direction as it traveled
40 feet off the driveway onto the grassy divider that divided the driveway entrance to the
parking spaces for KinderCare Learning Center.
V-2 traveled 17 feet through the
grassy divider, leaving tire marks. These tires marks did not uproot any dirt or grass;
therefore, these tire marks show no braking by V-2 as it traveled through the grass. V-2
had steered to the left after exiting the grass divider and began traveling in an easterly
direction in the parking lot of KinderCare Learning Center. V-2 traveled 47 feet through
the parking lot and onto the elevated handicap ramp on the east side of the parking lot
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leaving a scrape mark on the ramp from the carriage under of V-2. The undercarriage
of V-2 then left two scrape marks on the edge of the 6 inch raised concrete sidewalk
that abuts the east side of the parking lot as it continued to travel in a easterly direction.
V-2 continued to travel another 1 4 feet across the sidewalk and through the landscaped
grassy area before the KinderCare Learning Center building. V-2 continued to travel in
an easterly direction after uprooting the shrubbery that lined the front of the KinderCare
Learning Center building.
The front of V-2 then struck the west side wall of the
KinderCare Learning Center building.
This would be the second area of collision
occurred after V-1 traveled 118 feet from the first area of collision. Based on witness
statements, during the time between the first area of collision and the second area of
collision, V-1 had come to a stop or a slow roll before accelerating northbound on State
Road 551 in the outside lane, leaving the scene of the crash.
P-1, P-2, P-3, P-4, P-5, P-6, P-8 and P-10 were each sitting in children seats located at
3 different children tables in the northwest room of KinderCare Learning Center. P-7, P9, P-11 and P-12 were each sitting in children seats located at 2 different tables in the
northeast room of KinderCare Learning Center. P-13 was standing in the northeast
room of the KinderCare Learning Center. V-2 entered the northwest room of the
KinderCare Learning Center throwing pieces of the lower brick wall and pieces of the
remaining wooden portion into the northwest room. The front of V-2 struck the first table
where P-2, P-5, P-6, P-8 and P-10 were seated for a third area of collision in an area
measured at 123 feet after the first area of collision. This third area collision caused P-
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2, P-5, P-8 and P-10 to be thrown in different directions throughout the room. P-6
became attached and was transported by the front of V-1 through the northwest room
and into the northeast room. V-2 continued to travel in an easterly direction through the
northwest room, leaving a set of tire marks on the vinyl floor 125 feet after the first area
of collision. These tire marks were created from D-2 applying the throttle of V-2 and
having front wheel drive of V-2 attempting to gain traction on a smooth surface. The
front of V-2 then struck the second table with P-1 , P-3 and P-4 where seated for a fourth
area of collision in an area measured 128 feet after first area of collision. P-1 and P-4
were thrown from the impact with V-2 throughout the northwest room. P-3 became
attached and was transported by the undercarriage of V-2 from the northwest room into
the northeast room. There was area carpet in the southeast corner of the northwest
room. V-2 continued to leave tire marks on the carpet as it was about to exit the
northwest room. The front of V-2 then struck the dividing wall in the area of door that
separated the two rooms. This fifth area of collision was measured 146 feet east of the
first area of collision. This collision caused the door to be torn off the hinges of the wall
and thrown into the northeast
room. The area of the wall surrounding the door was
crumbled into pieces into the northeast room. After V-2 entered the northeast room, V-2
started to leave only left side tire marks on the vinyl floor 1 54 feet after the first area of
collision for 7 feet in length. V-2 continued to travel in an easterly direction through the
northeast room and started to leave another set of acceleration tire marks 162 feet after
the first area of collision. In the same area of where the second set of tire marks
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started, the front of V-1 struck a children table where P-7, P-9, P-11 and P-12 where
seated, causing P-7, P-11 and P-12 to be projected from their seats. P-9
was scoped
underneath the undercarriage of V-2. The right side of V-2 struck P-13 in the area after
the beginning of the second set of tire marks. V-2 continued to travel in an easterly
direction in the northeast room before coming to final rest 177 feet from the first area of
collision.
The second set of tire marks also came to a stop at the final rest of V-2. The ends of
the second set of tire marks were increased in width to the north direction, which were
created by the front tires. The ends of the tire marks showed the front tires were
rotating as they were spinning across the vinyl floor to a north direction.
The final
movements of the front tires were from a stationary place, which caused the edges of
the tires to burn a dark rubber pattern onto the vinyl floor as the tires were still rotating.
The ends of the front tire marks would indicate that D-2 was still applying the throttle of
V-2 at final rest, which would be an indicator that D-2 never applied the brakes through
the entire building. The other indicator that D-2 was still applying the throttle through
the building was the tire marks on the area carpet in the northwest room. The tire
marks on the carpet were left by V-2 on the top portion. The area carpet had not been
fastened to the vinyl floor prior to V-2 entering the building. The area carpet was folded
over on the west side portion; this was the portion V-2 first traveled on. This would
indicate that the front tires of V-2 were rotating in an attempt to gain traction as D-2 was
applying the throttle. The area carpet was not pushed forward reducing the space it
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was covering on the vinyl floor, which would indicate braking. As V-2 came to final rest,
the front of V-2 had been slightly lifted off the vinyl floor from impact with the two blue
chairs and, debris from the class room. P-3, P-6 and P-9 came to final rest under the
front undercarriage of V-2. Due to V-2 losing the traction on the vinyl floor with the front
tires, this caused the momentum to be halted. The front and the undercarriage of V-2
had struck several physical items and multiple pedestrians in both rooms that were
displaced from the original locations and had come to final rest. Some of the physical
items and all of the pedestrians were moved by first responders or the employees of
KinderCare Learning Center to provide first aid before their exact locations could be
documented. During this investigation, we had to use the employees of KinderCare
Learning Center, first responders and
an independent witness that arrived shortly after
the crash to determine the pedestrians approximate final rest positions.
The only
on the
vinyl floor in
physical evidence of pedestrians final rest was a bodily fluid stain
the northeast room located near the door entrance to the northwest room. This was
where P-2 had come to final rest. P-1 had come to final rest in the northwest room near
the door entrance to the northeast room. P-3 had come to final rest underneath the
passenger side of V-2. P-4 and P-5 had come to final rest in the northwest room in
different unknown locations. P-6 was had been wedge under the undercarriage of V-2
and was removed by the Orange County Fire Department.
P-7 had come to final rest
under a desk in the northeast room outside the driver’s side of V-2. P-8 and P-11 had
come to final rest under a desk in the northeast room to the south side of V-2. P-9
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came to final rest underneath the driver's side of V-2. P-10 had come to final rest in the
northeast room at the door entrance to the hallway that led to the southeast room. P-12
came to final rest in an unknown location in the northeast room. P-13 had come to final
rest in the northeast room on the south side of V-2.
The Florida Highway Patrol Communication Center received a phone call at 4:48 P.M.
from Joe Holland with the Holland Tow Recovery stating that he had received a call to
have a silver Dodge Durango towed from a residence to an auto body shop. Joe
Holland was given the address of
FL, from
Robert who called Joe Holland from the phone number of
Lieutenant Anthony W. Sapp, Trooper Raymond Pastrana and Trooper Roy B. Basit
responded to the address of
32808.
Trooper Pastrana arrived at the address at 4:55 P.M. and observed a silver Dodge
Durango parked in the driveway bearing the Florida License plate #
. He had
spoken to Lachmin Persaud who was residing at this address and she stated that a
Robert Corchado had dropped the silver Dodge Durango off a short time ago, before
leaving the residence in another vehicle. Trooper Pastrana observed the front right
damage to the silver Dodge Durango.
Senior Corporal Daphne P. Yuncker and I, responded to the address of
32792. I transported the front right bumper piece that was
found on the scene of the crash to compare the damages to the silver Dodge Durango.
We arrived at the Winter Park address at 5:36 P.M. I observed the damage to the front
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right bumper of this vehicle and then placed the portion of the front right bumper found
at the crash scene to this silver Dodge Durango. This piece of the bumper found at the
scene fit the missing portion of the front right side of the Dodge Durango bumper cover
to match the damages in place. Senior Corporal Yuncker then photographed the silver
Dodge Durango, (V-1 ) and the area it was found.
I conducted a sworn, digitally recorded interview with Lachmin Persaud. She stated
she was seated at her residence with Seyoum A. Cameron watching television in the
front room.
She heard a vehicle pull into their driveway. She stated she did not
observe who drove the vehicle into the driveway, but when she walked outside, she
observed a person she knew standing next to a silver Dodge Durango. She knew the
person as Robert Corchado, who she has known for years. He is friends with her family
member, Seyoum A. Cameron. She observed damage to the front portion of the silver
Dodge Durango. She asked Robert Alex Corchado what happened to the front of the
silver Dodge Durango, since this was new damage. Robert Alex Corchado replied
“don’t worry about it”. While she was standing next to Robert Alex Corchado, Seyoum
A. Cameron advised her that he was taking Robert Alex Corchado to rent a car. She
then stated that Seyoum A. Cameron then transported Robert Alex Corchado in another
vehicle, leaving this residence. She stated she had called Seyoum A. Cameron after
time had elapsed and he stated to her that he had taken Robert Alex Corchado to
Enterprise Rent-A-Car.
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At approximately 6:00 p.m., Seyoum A. Cameron traveled back to this residence. I
conducted a sworn, digitally recorded interview with Seyoum A. Cameron. He refused
to give a name of the person who he saw drive the silver Dodge Durango to his
residence. He refused to answer questions or give any statements regarding Robert
Alex Corchado.
Sergeant Jeffery S. Komorowski traveled to the Enterprise Rent-A-Car at the Orlando
International Airport. He was able to confirm that Robert Alex Corchado had rented a
black 2014 Mazda CX from the Enterprise Rent-A-Car in the Winter Park branch at the
location off 1970 Semoran Blvd., Suite A, Winter Park, FL 32790.
While I was at the residence of
32792, I was
informed by the Florida Highway Patrol Communication Center that the registered
owner of the Dodge Durango called the Seminole County Sheriffs Department to report
the silver Dodge Durango with the Florida license plate number of
as stolen.
Master Corporal Albert Pratts responded to this residence and conducted a sworn,
digitally recorded interview with the registered owner, Evelyn Rivera Corchado. She
stated she had left her residence approximately at 11:00 a.m. with her youngest son to
go to Winn Dixie to have lunch. She stated she left the silver Dodge Durango in the
driveway with the keys inside, because she wanted to wash it. She stated this was not
her vehicle, but she owned it. She stated her other son, Robert Alex Corchado was at
her residence when she left and he would have had access to the keys. She stated that
when she returned to her residence a neighbor walked over and told her about the
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crash at the day care involving a silver Dodge Durango. She stated her silver Dodge
Durango was not at her residence, and neither was Robert Alex Corchado. She stated
she then received a phone call from Robert Alex Corchado stating he "loves her and to
report the Dodge Durango stolen". She stated that he then hung up phone and she
attempted to call him back, but he refused to answer the phone. She stated that Robert
Alex Corchado “has a mind of his own and he does whatever he wants”, because he
does not have a good relationship as a son to a mom.
I had the silver Dodge Durango towed from the residence of
32808 to the Florida Highway Patrol station secured impound facility
and placed as evidence.
Based on this investigation, I had a warrant issued for the arrest of Robert Alex
Corchado for leaving the scene of a crash involving death and leaving the scene of a
crash with serious bodily injuries for the crash that happened on State Road 551 north
of University Blvd. The local and national news media covering this story put a public
broadcast out for the whereabouts of Robert Alex Corchado.
On Thursday, April 10, 2014 Corporal Daphne Yuncker conducted three sworn, digitally
recorded interviews. The first interview was conducted with Joseph Alan Holland, which
Holland stated that he and his son were in Brevard County, Florida towing vehicles
when his son (Joseph Alan Holland) received a phone call from Anthony Harvey
Rhodes asking if they could tow a vehicle for a customer of his. He stated that the
address that they were given by Anthony Harvey Rhodes was
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Winter Park, FL". He stated Anthony Harvey Rhodes advised his son it was going to be
a silver Dodge Durango that they would be picking up. He stated that the customer
requested to pick the silver Dodge Durango up when it was dark. He then stated that
he and his son went to eat at Sonny’s restaurant before going to pick up the silver
Dodge Durango. He stated while eating at Sonny’s restaurant, they were watching the
television and observed the news story about the silver Dodge Durango. He then called
the Florida Highway Patrol to report that they were picking a silver Dodge Durango from
, FL. He stated that his son advised
the residence of
him that they have towed this silver Dodge Durango before on other crashes.
The second interview was with Joseph Anthony Holland. Holland stated Anthony
Harvey Rhodes gave him the information on a Robert Alex Corchado with the phone
number of
which was a customer for Anthony Harvey Rhodes. Holland
stated that he tows for Anthony Harvey Rhodes on a normal basis.
He advised
Anthony Harvey Rhodes that he would be a little while before he would be able to go
and pick up the Dodge Durango. He spoke to Robert Alex Corchado on the phone to
get the address of where the vehicle was located, which Robert Alex Corchado advised
the address of
32792. Robert Alex Corchado
advised him they would be picking up a silver Dodge Durango. He stated that Robert
Alex Corchado called him back asking when they were able to pick up the silver Dodge
Durango in a “panic mode”. He advised Robert Alex Corchado that it would be three to
four hours. He stated that he and his dad had stopped at a Sonny’s restaurant to grab a
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bite to eat. He stated they happen to be watching the news on a television at the
Sonny’s restaurant when they observed the broadcast about the Florida Highway Patrol
looking for a silver Dodge Durango. He then looked on his map to find where the
address of the silver Dodge Durango was located and realized that it was only five
blocks from the crash site they observed on the news. He stated his dad (Joseph Alan
Harvey) called the Florida Highway Patrol to report what vehicle they were going to pick
up. He advised that he has picked up this silver Dodge Durango five (5) other times for
Robert Alex Corchado from crashes. He stated that Robert Alex Corchado was just a
bad driver. Joseph Anthony Holland cel! phone was extracted data for the purpose of
showing that D-1 had called him and was texting him reference V-1. Joseph Anthony
Holland cell phone had one text message on Wednesday, April 9, 2014 from Anthony
Harvey Rhodes stating from Robert Alex Corchado assigned phone number "
Robert needs a truck picked up". The next two text messages on the same date
was from the cell phone number of
, which was D-Ts cell phone stating
32792" and the second text message stating "silver
durango".
The third sworn, digitally recorded interview was with Anthony Harvey Rhodes who
owns Rhodes Auto Works. He stated he had missed a phone cal! from the phone
number of
at 3:18 P.M. on Wednesday, April 9, 2014. He stated he
received a text from the same number stating “urgent please call” He stated he had
received another phone call at 3:23 p.m. with the same phone number, which he
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answered and it was Robert Alex Corchado stating that he had a vehicle that needed to
be repaired from a crash and that he would need a tow truck. He stated that he texted
Robert Alex Corchado to call Joseph Alan Holland which would be the tow company.
He then stated he had received a phone call from Robert Alex Corchado approximately
1 to 1 1/2 hours after originally speaking to Robert Alex Corchado asking if the driver of
the tow truck is “cool”, because he had hit a parked car and took off. Rhodes stated
that Robert Alex Corchado sounded very nervous on the phone and was speaking as if
he was high on something. Rhodes stated that this was not the first time he has fixed a
vehicle for Robert Alex Corchado. Rhodes stated that he has fixed the silver Dodge
Durango five (5) other times. He painted the Dodge Durango green and gold with New
York graphic’s on it previously. Rhodes stated that he had repainted it silver in color on
one of his last crashes. Rhodes also stated that Robert Alex Corchado had once told
him in a prior crash that he hit a parked car and took off. Rhodes stated that the last
phone call from Robert Alex Corchado was on Tuesday, April 1, 2014, in reference to
his wife Ashley Corchado being involved in a crash. Rhodes stated that Robert Alex
Corchado had given him information of the other vehicles rear parts to be fixed so he
could look it up and advise him of the cost to repair the other vehicle. Rhodes stated
that he has known Robert Alex Corchado for the last 10 years as a customer. He called
Robert Alex Corchado that night after watching the news and the next day, but was not
able to get a hold of him.
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On Thursday, April 10, 2014, Corporal Larry Lawrence conducted a sworn, digitally
recorded interview with Eric Austin Hoppes who stated he was working at the Enterprise
Rent-A-Car at the location of 1970 Semoran Blvd, Suite a, Winter Park, FL 32790 on
Wednesday, April 9, 2014.
He stated Robert Alex Corchado entered his place of
business with one other male subject.
He stated that he had rented Robert Alex
Corchado a black 2014 Mazda CX for a one day rental, just before 5:00 p.m. He stated
that he made a copy of Robert Alex Corchado driver’s license with the copy machine for
their records. Using a photo lineup, Hoppes later also identified the other male subject
who accompanied Corchado when he rented the vehicle as Seymour A. Cameron.
Enterprise Rent-A-Car provided a copy of the rental car paperwork from the black 2014
Mazda CX, which showed D-1's information on the rental agreement form along with his
signature. They also provided a photo copy of his Florida Driver's License that D-1 had
provided on Wednesday, April 9, 2014, when he rented the black 2014 Mazda CX. This
was obtained by a search warrant that was obtained for this investigation.
On Thursday, April 10, 2014, Master Corporal Albert Pratts conducted a sworn, digitally
recorded interview with Aaron Joseph Dargo.
He stated he was walking on North
Orange Avenue in front of the residence of
FL
32792, when he observed the silver Dodge Durango traveling towards him with front
end damage. He observed the silver Dodge Durango pull into the driveway of
32792 with only one occupant. He stated he
observed Robert Alex Corchado exited the vehicle and immediately walk out to the
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street where he was standing. He stated this took place on Wednesday, April 9, 2014,
between the time of 3:00 p.m. and 3:30 p.m.
Master Corporal Albert Pratts then
showed Dargo a six picture photo lineup to identify the driver of the silver Dodge
Durango. He was able to pick out Robert Alex Corchado from the lineup, where he
circled the picture and initial the lineup of the picture he picked out.
On Thursday, April 10, 2014, Dr. Deputy Chief Medical Examiner, Gary Lee Utz, with
the District Nine Medical Examiner's Office performed an autopsy on P-1. Dr. Gary Lee
Utz advised the cause of death was from multiple traumatic injuries. Injuries included
liver laceration, a laceration to inferior vena cava, a pulmonary vein laceration,
pulmonary contusions, occipital fracture and cerebral edema.
On Friday, April 11, 2014, I had Orange County Sheriff’s Department; Crime Scene
investigators help processed and photographed the silver Dodge Durango and the black
Toyota Solara for evidence from search warrants obtained. While processing the silver
Dodge Durango, a multiple colored Jan Sport book bag was located in the left rear
seating compartment in plain view. Inside this bag was a weight scale, a cell phone,
three different cell phone chargers, $5,000.00 in cash that was rolled into 5 different
bundles, and 5 clear plastic bags of narcotics that
plastic bags inside the larger ones.
were separated into smaller clear
Based on my experience and training, these
narcotics were in these bags to be sold for currency. Orange County Sheriff’s Office,
Crime scene investigator, Vanessa Nylander collected the book bag and swabbed the
book bag and baggies of suspected drugs for possible D.N.A. and processed it for
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latents.
The D.N.A. swabs were submitted to the Florida Department of Law
Enforcement Laboratory for D.N.A. testing. The latents were submitted to Orange
County Sheriffs Office crime scene latent print laboratory for comparison. Carol M.
Perterson, Senior Crime Laboratory Analyst with the Florida Department of Law
Enforcement laboratory produced a report stating three of the bags of drugs tested
positive for heroin with a combine weight of 16 grams.
Carol Perry, Latent Print
Examiner with the Orange County Sheriffs Office produced a report stating there were
four sections of the silver Dodge Durango that had latent prints that match the latent
prints of Robert Alex Corchado. Also, Robert Alex Corchado latent prints match the
prints on two of the clear plastic baggies that contained the drugs found in the multi
colored book bag of the silver Dodge Durango.
Two of the bags tested positive for
cocaine and the last bag tested for cannabis (marijuana). During the search of the
vehicle, there were two sets of papers with Robert Alex Corchado information listed on
them. The first set of papers where from the Eighteenth Judicial Circuit in and for
Seminole County, Florida.
The paper work from Seminole County contained
information reference a forfeiture of $6,899.00 from Robert Alex Corchado.
The
narrative of this forfeiture paperwork list the drugs they found in a black book bag being
21 grams of cocaine, 5 grams of heroin, 58 grams of cannabis (marijuana) and synthetic
narcotic known as “Molly”. The civil case number listed on this forfeiture paperwork is
2014-CA-000094-16F-K. The other paperwork was from the company Just Brakes
located at 690 E. Semoran Blvd., Casselberry, FL 32707.
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description of items or maintenance that was done to a Dodge Durango with the license
plate listed of
and V.I.N. of
on January 28, 2014. This
paperwork shows that Robert Alex Corchado had paid for this service with $975.00 in
cash.
The only items discovered in the black 2006 Toyota Solara were 3 sealed small boxes
each containing a single bottle of Chivas Regal brand of alcohol. These items were
placed in evidence at the Florida Highway Patrol evidence secured facility.
Also on Friday, April 11, 2014, Senior Crime Laboratory Analyst Marta L. Strawser with
the Florida Department of Law Enforcement responded to the Florida Highway Patrol
Station to view V-1 and V-2 to determine the parts need to be examined to match
contact damage between them. Sergeant Philip A. McNab then removed the parts from
V-1 and V-2 that were requested from Senior Crime Laboratory Analyst Marta L.
Strawser, which I then placed into evidence from search warrants obtained.
Senior Crime Laboratory Analyst, Laura P. Marano with the Florida Department of Law
Enforcement produced a report containing the rear vehicle parts that were taken off of
V-2 that were submitted as evidence had the following results from examination. The
rear parts of V-2 had transfer automotive paint in the form of fussed chips that were in
silver finish coat with decorative flakes with black and grey primer, which were
consistent of the front parts taken off of V-1 that were submitted into evidence. This
report would confrim with the crash investigation that the front of V-1 struck the rear of
V-2.
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On Sunday, April 13, 2014, Sergeant Francina L. Ogburn was notified by Attorney
Daniel W. Tumarkin of where the 2014 Mazda CX5 is located from. The 2014 Mazda
CX5 was located abandon in the Wentworth Apartment complex at the address of
32825.
On Tuesday, April 15, 2014 Master Corporal Albert Pratts downloaded the C.D.R.'s
(Crash Data Retrieval) from V-1 and V-2 from search warrants obtained. V-Ts C.D.R.
showed no information to be downloaded, due to V-1 driving away from the scene of the
crash erasing all of the last events showing possible impacts. V-1's C.D.R. continuously
records the last or non-events that took place in the most recent time and that is why
there was no information shown, as V-1 was just driving instead of striking an object.
V-2's C.D.R. showed 7 recorded events in V-2’s lifetime history. This C.D.R. may
record data every time a vehicle strikes or was struck by an object that results in a
speed loss. This C.D.R. recorded information for V-2 and shows the information for
event 5 through 7, due to the C.D.R. only maintaining the last two recorded events and
the event that had the biggest decrease in speed.
This data for V-2's C.D.R. shows
that event 5 had the most impact on V-2, by slowing its speed by 5.4 miles per hour.
Event 7 would have been the object that stopped V-2 from traveling anymore distance
through the KinderCare Learning Center Building. Event 7 showed a speed loss of 1
mile per hour.
Event 6 would have been from V-2 striking the interior wall that
separated the northwest room from the northeast room. Event 6 showed a speed loss
of .6 mile per hour. Event 5 would have been from striking the exterior wall
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entered the KinderCare Learning Center building. The time loss that took place from
event 5 till event 7 occurred was only 1.34 seconds. This C.D.R. does not show the
pre-crash speed of this vehicle before the event occurs.
On Tuesday, April 15, 2014, Senior Corporal Kristen E. Neutzling conducted a sworn
digitally recorded interview with Donna Brashears. She stated she was an employee
with the KinderCare Learning Center working in the northeast room. She stated the
children that she was taking care of, were sitting down having snacks and some of the
boys asked for seconds. She proceeded to get them more snacks, when she heard a
bang in the building. She was knocked down onto the floor and was pinned between
some debris. She stated that Cheryl Davis Bishop, another co-worker had come from
the joining room and assisted her out of the debris. She observed V-2 in her room with
a man and a women standing outside. She heard the man state "what did I do". She
observed P-3 under the rear portion of V-2. She observed P-9 under the front of V-2.
She observed P-11 pinned in between the blue cabinet and debris in their room. She
observed P-7 wedged under a table, which Cheryl Davis Bishop had taking the table off
of him. She observed
against the kitchen set, he did not claim any
injuries from this crash. She did not observe where P-12 came to final rest in her room.
She stated as she was taking her kids to the playground for safety, she observed P-2
lying under the door in a pool of blood. This door would have been the door that
connected the northwest room to the northeast room, however, the door and the wall at
that portion was torn away from the wall studs. She also observed P-1 lying on the floor
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near where the door frame would have been that connected the two rooms. She had
gone back to the rooms to where P-1 was located and started C.P.R. until the Orange
County Fire Department arrived on scene. She had drawn on a piece of paper where
the children she was taking care of where seated, prior to the crash. She wrote down
four other children's name that did not claim any injuries from the crash, which were
She stated
she was transported to Florida Hospital East by Orange County EMS. She stated she
received bruises on her body with muscle aches and headaches from the crash.
On Wednesday, April 16, 2014, Sergeant Josue U. Mora conducted four sworn digitally
recorded interviews at the KinderCare Learning Center with the employees. The first
interview he conducted was with Cheryl Davis Bishop. She was taking care of children
in the southeast room, when she looked through the joining window to the northeast
room and could see the terror on P-13 face as she was standing next to the window.
She did not hear the crash, but instead could feel the walls shaking and thought an
earthquake was occurring. She did not observe V-2 at that time, but she ran into the
northeast room and observed P-13 with two other children stuck underneath a table.
She pulled the table off of P-8, and P-1 1 . She then pulled P-3 out from the right side of
V-2 and then went to the left side of the V-2. She then heard P-9 screaming for her as
she was under the left side of V-2, she pulled P-9 from the undercarriage of V-2. She
observed P-7 under a desk, pulled the desk off of P-7. She then heard P-6 calling for
her from underneath V-2, but she could not reach him. She took the children she could
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out to the playground to keep them calm. She observed P-2 on the floor covered in
blood and observed P-1 lying close by not moving. She did observe V-2 occupants
standing in the northeast room demanding her to call 911 . She heard D-2 state out loud
"what did I do". She heard V-2 still running, causing heat in the room as she pulled the
children out from the room.
The second person Corporal Mora conducted a sworn, digitally recorded interview with
was Sandra Lucia McMillen. She stated she is an employee for KinderCare Learning
Center and was taking care of the children in the northwest room. She stated the
children were having snack time before the crash occurred. She was at the sink in the
northwest room putting on a glove to grab more snacks, when she heard a noise. She
then stated the room filled with smoke and the fire alarm was going off inside the
building. She then observed a portion of the wall gone and saw P-13 asking her what
happened. She then observed V-2 in the northeast room. She then started to get the
children that were not injured into the bathroom for safety. She then observed
and P-13 attending to P-1, since she was not moving. She stated the inside of
the wall where V-2 had traveled through had closed up by itself as if no vehicles had
traveled through it. She stated she
never had entered the northeast room due to getting
her children out of the building through the kitchen.
The third person Corporal Mora conducted a sworn, digitally recorded interview with
was Amy Lynn McCurdy. She stated she is the Assistant Director to KindercCare
Learning Center and she was working on April, 9 2014 when the crash occurred. She
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was serving snacks to the children in the southeast room when the crash occurred. She
stated she heard a thunder of a noise and did not realize that V-2 had entered the
building. She stated she walked through the kitchen and entered the northwest room.
She observed the dust flying through the air and then observed V-2 in the northeast
room with the D-2 exiting out the back door of the building. She also observed P-1 and
P-2 on the floor not moving. She stated she had the phone with her and she called 911 .
She was then instructed by the 911 operator to have all the other children exit the
building.
The fourth person Corporal Mora conducted a sworn, digitally recorded interview was
Thomas Schoendorf.
He stated that he works for a company that maintains the
KinderCare Learning Center and he arrived at the KinderCare Learning Center at 3:20
P.M. after the crash had happened. He stated he did not go into the building until the
building inspector from the Orange County and the Fire Marshall advised him to come
in, which was around 5:00 P.M. He was the
one that cleaned the bodily fluids off the
vinyl floor in the northeast room next to the entrance for the kitchen. He took pictures of
the inside of the building to document the damages with V-2 still inside. He stated that
he was able to observe the tire marks made by V-2 on the vinyl floor and the grooves
made into the vinyl floor where V-2 had come to a stop. He was able to determine by
the groove marks that V-2's front tires were still spinning in place at final rest.
On Tuesday, April 22, 2014, I was given a copy of medical records with documented
injuries sustained in the crash from the front right passenger, Kimberly Bailey Campbell.
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She was the passenger of the 2006 Toyota. She stated the medical records were from
her injuries that she had received from being struck from the rear in the Toyota Solara
by the front of the Dodge Durango. This report indicated that she was complaining of
pain in her neck that was radiating to her left shoulder. She also was reporting upper
left arm and left hand numbness. The report shows multiple posterior herniations to
discs.
On Wednesday, April 23, 2014, Albert Dean Campbell gave a sworn, digitally recorded
interview at the Orange County State Attorney’s Office, in reference to the crash he was
involved in on Wednesday, April 9, 2014. He stated he was coming from the Logan’s
Restaurant on University Blvd., which is west of State Road 434. He stated he was
driving the black 2006 Toyota Solara with Florida License plate #
, westbound
on University Blvd. He stated his wife, Kimberly Bailey Campbell, was seated in the
front right seat of the same vehicle. He advised that his wife was the registered owner
of this vehicle. He stated he did not notice any silver Dodge Durangos traveling on
University Blvd., before making a right turn onto State Road 551. He stated that he had
to make a stop for the red traffic signal at the intersection of State Road 551 and
University Blv. before making a right turn onto State Road 551. He stated he made the
right turn onto State Road 551 entering the outside lane. He stated he did not increase
his speed as much for preparing to make the right turn into the driveway entrance
located in front of the KinderCare Learning Center. He stated that he had taken his foot
off the brake as he entered the turn, since he was at the proper speed to enter the
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driveway. He stated he observed a silver truck or sports utility vehicle directly behind
him. He advised that the silver vehicle was so close that he could only observe the
hood and the front grille of the silver vehicle out of his rearview mirror.
He then
attempted to accelerate out of the way to avoid a collision, but it was less than a second
before he was struck from behind by the silver vehicle. He stated the impact was hard
enough to shift his vehicle into a harder right turn. After this impact he did not observe
the silver vehicle anywhere in the area of the collision. He stated the impact caused his
vehicle to enter the grass divider that separates the driveway entrance from the parking
spaces. He then advised that he was attempting to use the brakes on the black Toyota
Solara, but they were not responding. He stated that the black Toyota Solara actually
started to accelerate at a higher rate of speed. He then attempted to steer the black
Toyota Solara to the right, but the steering was not working either. He stated he then
stuck his hand out in front of the right front passenger to brace his wife for the impact of
striking the outer front wall of the KinderCare Learning Center. He was thinking before
striking the wall, that the impact would crush the front of their vehicle and stop it against
the wall. However, their vehicle traveled right through the wall and into the building of
the KinderCare Learning Center. He then remembers traveling through the first room
and striking the separating wall for the second room. He stated the vehicle stopped just
before striking the outer rear wall of the KinderCare Learning Center. He stated he
immediately exited the vehicle and exited the rear door of the KinderCare Learning
Center to make sure that the silver vehicle stayed on scene. He got to the front of the
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building and could not find the silver vehicle anywhere in sight. He spoke to two other
men who stated the silver vehicle continued north on State Road 551 in the outside
lane, leaving the scene of the crash. He stated that his wife immediately called 911
emergency phone lines to call for assistance. He stated prior to the crash, their black
Toyota Solara had no mechanical problems, nor did he notice any problems with it. He
stated they have kept up on all the maintenance at the Toyota dealership at the
intersection of University Blvd. and State Road 436. He stated that on their last oil
change from two months ago, the Toyota dealership also recommend that the brakes
have some type of maintenance done. He then had his brakes serviced at the same
time as the oil change at the dealership. He stated he received no injuries from the
crash. He stated he takes medicine he had for his blood pressure and grout which has
no effects on his driving. He stated he had one alcoholic beverage at lunch, which
would have been at least one hour before the crash occurred. He stated his wife was
immediately complaining of back and neck pain. He did observe the silver piece of the
vehicle that struck him at the area of collision.
On Wednesday, April 23, 2014, Kimberly Bailey Campbell, the right front passenger of
the black Toyota Solara gave a sworn, digitally recorded statement at the Orange
County State Attorney’s Office. She stated that her husband, Albert Dean Campbell
was the driver of the black Toyota Solara on Wednesday, April 9, 2014 during the crash.
She stated they were coming from Logan's Restaurant on University Blvd., west of
State Road 434. She stated that her husband only had one alcoholic beverage to drink
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at lunch. She stated that she was not paying attention to any events that were
occurring, since she was
on her cell phone the entire time and taking notes on a piece
of paper. She stated she heard a distress in her husband voice as they were making
the right turn into the driveway entrance in front of the KinderCare Learning Center.
She then advised she immediately felt a hard enough impact for her cell phone to be
knocked out of her hand and her glasses to come off her face onto the floorboard
somewhere. She stated she felt their vehicle rotate from the impact and then start to
accelerate at a higher rate. She observed her husband grasping the steering wheel
with a tight grip, but could not tell if he was turning one way or the other. She then felt
their vehicle travel over the raised concrete sidewalk.
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She then observed them
approaching the outer front wall of the KinderCare Learning Center building. She then
put her hands over her face, bracing for the debris to come through the windshield, but
that never happened. She then observed that they were traveling through the building
and had come to a stop before exiting the outer rear wall of the building. She stated
when the vehicle came to a stop she immediately called the 911 emergency lines for
assistance. She stated she felt back pain and neck pain shortly after the crash and
eventually had to sit down, since the pain was so bad. She did not go to the hospital
the day of the crash, because she wanted to go to her own doctor the next day. She
stated she is currently receiving treatment for her back problems. She stated that they
installed a navigation system in this vehicle for her work, which the cruise control may
have been disconnected due to installing the navigation system. She stated that her
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husband takes care of all the maintenance on their vehicle. She stated she had her
seat belt on. She stated that her husband was not on his cell phone at the time of the
crash or had anything distracting from driving.
On Friday, April 25, 2014, I, Investigator Jeff Harris and State Attorney Lisa Gong
Guerrero conducted a sworn, digitally recorded interview with Scott Dennis. He stated
on Wednesday, April 9, 2014, he was conducting front yard work at his address on
Orange Avenue, Winter Park, FL 32792 around 12:00 P.M. til! 2:00 P.M. He stated he
observed V-1 traveling southbound on Orange Avenue past his residence. He stated
he observed D-1 driving V-1 with no other occupants inside the vehicle. He stated that
he made eye contact and D-1 waved his hand at him in a friendly jester. He stated he
went to middle or high school with D-1 , so he is familiar with him. He stated that he has
seen D-1 driving V-1 on a few occasions prior to this date.
On Friday, April 25, 2014, I, Investigator Jeff Harris and State Attorney Lisa Gong
Guerrero conducted a sworn, digitally recorded interview with Seyoum A. Cameron. He
stated on Wednesday, April 9, 2014, he at his residence at
32792. He stated he was seated in a seat in his front room watching
television. He heard a vehicle was entering his driveway by the rocks in front of his
driveway making a familiar sound. He stated no one came to the front door or called
him outside. He stated he did not go outside for approximately ten minutes after the
vehicle entered the driveway. He then went outside and observed V-1 parked in his
driveway. He stated he observed the front damage to the front bumper of V-1. He
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stated he never observed anyone enter V-1 during his time outside. He stated there
was not a person standing near V-1 or in his driveway. He stated he did observed three
subjects standing in the roadway in front of his residence smoking cigarettes. He stated
that D-1 may have been one of the subjects smoking a cigarette. He stated one subject
was black, one subject was white and one subject was Hispanic in decent. He stated
five minutes after he walked outside, he observed a black car pull in front of his
residence and pick up the three subjects. He stated that D-1 had called his cell phone a
time period after the black Ford car had taken off asking for a ride. He stated he went to
the area of where D-1 was waiting and picked him up 20 minutes after receiving the
phone call. He stated D-1 was waiting at the shopping plaza at State Road 436 and
Howell Branch Road near the Family Food Market. He stated he has known D-1 since
they were in middle school together, but did not go to high school with him since he was
expelled from public school by the time they entered high school. He stated he has
seen D-1 drive V-1 on prior occasions, due to that being his family vehicle. During the
interview he changed his testimony on where he had picked D-1 from the area of the
Family Food Market, then it changes to in the parking lot in front of the thrift store and
then it changed to on the side of Howell Branch Road. He stated he had picked D-1 up
in a red pickup truck. He stated D-1 never spoke to him during the trip to the Enterprise
Rent-A-Car, but had a blank look on his face. He stated that the Enterprise he had
taken D-1 to was on State Road 436 in Winter Park, Florida. He stated that he was
waiting in his vehicle, while D-1 was inside Enterprise Rent-A-Car. He stated he had
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entered the business one time to tell D-1 he had to go. He then stated that he did not
receive a phone call from D-1, but he received a text from D-1 instead to pick him up.
Lachmin Persaud had gave a sworn, digitally recorded statement on Wednesday, April
9, 2014 at their residence stating that Seyoum A. Cameron had given D-1 a ride to
Enterprise Rent-A-Car from their residence, conflicting with Seyoum A. Cameron
statement.
On Friday, April 25, 2014, I interviewed Ronney Avellan for the second time on the
event from Wednesday, April 9, 2014. He stated after the silver Dodge Durango struck
the black Toyota Solara, the silver Dodge Durango stopped just past the north side of
the driveway entrance for KinderCare Learning Center. He stated the silver Dodge
Durango was facing a northeasterly direction towards the building north of the
KinderCare Learning Center. He stated that the black Toyota Solara had entered the
building and then the silver Dodge Durango had reversed and then went forward
traveling northbound on State Road 551 at a high rate of speed. He stated that in his
opinion that the driver of the silver Dodge Durango got scared from the black Toyota
Solara entering the building.
On Friday, April 25, 2014, I interviewed Joel Rosado for the second time on the events
from Wednesday, April 9, 2014. He stated after the silver Dodge Durango struck the
black Toyota Solara, the silver Dodge Durango had stopped in the area of the collision.
He stated that the silver Dodge Durango had been stopped for 2 to 3 seconds after the
collision. He stated that the silver Dodge Durango was approximately equal to the
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center of the building directly north of the KinderCare Learning Center. He stated that if
the driver of the silver Dodge Durango was looking towards the southerly direction at
building of KinderCare Learning Center, he should have seen the black Toyota Solara
enter the building.
On Monday, April 28, 2014, Master Corporal Albert Pratts conducted a sworn, digitally
recorded interview with Christopher Daniel Prince. He stated he currently works at
Timensound audio-video-security-tint store. He stated he installed a navigation unit in
V-2 on August, 19, 2013 at his store located at
32803. He stated that both D-2 and 0-1 were present on that day and he remembers
that very clearly.
He stated that he runs a diagnostic check on the vehicle before
installing any new equipment. The check on V-2
came back with a sensor for the front
air bags were not functional. He gave us a copy of the form that he gave to D-2 and O-
1 on that day of installation, notifying the owners of the vehicle with the problem of the
air bags.
On Wednesday, April 30, 2014, I received a search warrant to search and seize DNA
from Robert Alex Corchado.
Crime scene Investigator, Vanessa Nylander and I
presented the search warrant to Robert Alex Corchado at the Orange County Correction
Facility on the same date as the warrant was issued.
Crime scene Investigator,
Vanessa Nylander, conducted the search and seizer using buccal swabs to gather the
DNA from Robert Alex Corchado.
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Crime Laboratory Analyst, Wayne A. Walker Jr. with the Florida Department of Law
Enforcement had compared the DNA found on V-1, the bags of narcotics and the book
bag that were found inside of V-1.
He produced a report stating that Robert Alex
Corchado's DNA matched the DNA located on the steering wheel of V-1, the DNA
located on the gear shifter of V-1 and the DNA on the outer straps of the book bag
found in V-1 .
On Tuesday, May 6, 2014, Jay Zembower a certified Automotive Mechanic conducted a
post collision inspection of V-1 and V-2 at the Florida Highway Patrol station. He
produced a report on each vehicle stating the following conclusions. V-1 was found with
no defects or conditions that would prevent the vehicle to be operated safely within a
passenger car or light truck operating designs and characteristics. All four tires were
properly inflated and had the proper tread depth. The brake rotors had
extreme heat
stress upon the surface as well as the brake pads were glazed. These heat spots
occurred over time and not on one incident. He came to the conclusion that V-1 would
be fully capable of steering, stopping and accelerating or decelerating in its design
intent.
V-2 was found with no defects or conditions that would prevent the vehicle from
operating safely within passenger car characteristics. This vehicle was also inspected
for acceleration issues that may have contributed to the crash. The floor mats were not
original model. However, there were no signs of floor mats interference with the brake
or the throttle controls. He advised that the electronic accelerator pedal assembly and
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brake pedal assembly were working in good condition. The four tires showed uneven
wear, but were above the minimum specifications for tread depth. The uneven wear
would have been an indication of improper inflation and rotation. Three out of the four
tires were deflated from crash. He found that the brake system was just serviced in
proper working order. He concluded by stating the vehicle was found to be fully capable
of steering, stopping, accelerating, decelerating and that the vehicle could be driven in a
safe condition as design intent.
Toyota of Orlando dealership had sent me a service history of V-2. This report shows
that V-2 was serviced on Wednesday, February 12, 2014, at Toyota of Winter Park
dealership.
The vehicles was serviced for oil and filter change, rotated the tires,
replaced front brake pads and machine rotors, replace rear brake shoes and pads with
machine rotors, cleaned throttle body system and brake fluid changed. The service
history did recommend new tires for V-2. There were no recalls that were pending for
this vehicle that had not been taken care of.
On Friday, May 16, 2014, I conducted a sworn, digitally recorded interview with Casey
Calhoun. He stated his son
attends KinderCare Learning Center. He
stated on the date of Wednesday, April 9, 2014, he was en route to pick his son up from
KinderCare Learning Center. He had pulled into the parking lot and was approached by
D-2 asking him where the vehicle was the crashed into him. He stated that D-2 stated
to him that his vehicle traveled into the building of the KinderCare Learning Center,
which he then noticed the damage to the front wall of the KinderCare Learning Center.
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He then entered the front door of the KinderCare Learning Center. He stated when he
entered the building of KinderCare Learning Center he observed V-2 in the northeast
room still running, which was eventually turned off by a firefighter who responded. He
stated that the first thing he did was find his son standing next to the debris on the
outside driver side of V-2. He then took his son out of this room and observed
standing next to the kitchen door with blood coming from his face. He also
observed P-1 lying on the floor in the northeast room next to the door that leads to the
northeast room unresponsive. He observed P-2 lying on the floor unresponsive near
where the wall use to be that separated the two rooms close to the kitchen. He started
to do C.P.R. on P-1 until P-13 had taken over on P-1. He then then went to the
northeast room and started to free other children from the debris that was piled up on
both sides of V-2. He also observed one child still entrapped under V-2. He then heard
the Orange County Fire Department arrive and he went to the side door to the
northwest room to let the firefighters in the room. He observed 0-1 exiting the driver
side of V-2, due to the debris blocking the passenger door.
On Monday, May 26, 2014, Master Corporal Albert Pratts interviewed Dennis A.
Dickquist for a second time about the events of Wednesday, April 9, 2014. He stated
he observed the silver Dodge Durango come to a slow roll after the area of collision with
the black Toyota Solara. He stated that the black Toyota Sofara had entered the
building less than 5 seconds after being struck by the silver Dodge Durango. He stated
the silver Dodge Durango had accelerated to a high rate of speed after coming to the
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slow roll northbound on State Road 551 from the initial crash. He stated in his opinion
the driver of the silver Dodge Durango should have known about the black Toyota
Soiara.
On Wednesday, May 28, 2014, Investigator Tony Dossett and Investigator Jeff Harris
conducted a sworn, digitally recorded interview with Mark Profitt.
He stated on
Wednesday, April 9, 2014, he was at
32792, which is his residence. He stated he knows D-1 through being friends with his
brother, Seyoum A. Cameron.
He stated the last day he observed D-1 was on
Wednesday, April 9, 2014, when he was cooking dinner and sitting on his couch just
after 3:00 P.M. He observed Seyoum A. Cameron bring D-1 inside their residence. He
stated D-1 hangs out with Seyoum A. Cameron a lot since they were good friends. He
stated that D-1 and Seyoum A. Cameron went to the back of the house to take a
smoke. He stated that he went outside to get the mail and observed V-1 parked in his
front, driveway, with the damage to the front of V-1 . He then asked D-1 about the
damages to the front of V-1.
D-1 stated that he had a tow truck coming to this
residence to tow it to a auto body shop, but it would be a couple of hours before the tow
truck arrived at this residence. He asked D-1 how did he get this damage to the vehicle
and D-1 replied that he had a crash at Lake Underhill Road. He stated that no one else
came to his residence besides D-1 . He stated he did not observed D-1 drive into the
driveway, but knows that D-1 is the only person that drives that vehicle. He stated that
V-1 was parked very close to his residence making him uncomfortable where V-1 was
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parked. He stated that he thought that D-1 was hiding V-1. He asked D-1 why did he
leave the scene of the crash and D-1 replied to him "you know why I can't stay at the
accident". He stated that he knew what D-1 was stating by that message, which was
that D-1 was riding around "dirty", which is a slang for riding around with illegal drugs in
the vehicle. He stated everyone knows D-1, rides with illegal drugs in his vehicle. He
stated that D-1 shows up at his residence 2 or 3 times a day to smoke with Seyoum A.
Cameron. He stated that V-1 was the only vehicle that he has seen D-1 driving since
November of 201 3. He stated that he has never seen anyone else drive V-1.
On Thursday, May 29, 2014, Investigator Tony Dossett and Investigator Jeff Harris
conducted a sworn, digitally recorded interview with Ashley Hunsinger. She stated she
has been married to D-1 for the last 5 years. They have three children together from
their marriage. D-1 does not live with her, but instead lives with his mother. She stated
that she has not seen D-1 work a job since sometime last year. She stated D-1 visits
his children on a regular basis, but D-1 does not visit her as much. She stated that D-1
had two phones, but failed to pay the payment on his AT&T cell phone, so it was not
active anymore. She stated that her normal hours of work are from 9:00 A.M. till 5:00
P.M., but on Wednesday, April 9, 2014, she had to leave early due to picking up her
daughter that had fallen from a playground object. She stated she did not meet D-1 in
person on Wednesday, April 9, 2014. She did state that she called D-1 around 1:00
P.M. to let him know about his daughter had fallen from the playground item. She was
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shown a picture of the book bag that was found in V-1 after the crash on Wednesday,
April 9, 2014, but she did not know who the book bag that belongs to.
On Monday, June 2, 2014, Investigator Tony Dossett and Investigator Jeff Harris,
conducted a sworn, digitally recorded with Samantha Persaud. She stated she is the
sister of Seyoum A. Cameron. She stated she was at her residence on Wednesday,
April 9, 2014, around 3:00 P.M. She stated she spoke to Seyoum A. Cameron after
3:00 P.M., which he stated to her that he had taken D-1 to Enterprise Rent-A-Car. She
asked Seyoum A. Cameron what did D-1 state to him about the crash and Seyoum A.
Cameron replied that D-1 did not state anything to him about the crash, but that D-1
was not being himself. She stated she received a phone call from D-1 after 4:00 P.M.
asking her what was being said on the news about him. She told him that the news was
reporting there was a crash that rear end a car that caused a car to enter a daycare and
cause a death.
On Tuesday, July 1, 2014, I conducted a sworn, digitally recorded interview with
Abbeba A. Cameron. She stated she was at one of her sister’s residence off of East
brook Avenue in Winter Park, FL.
She stated she was watching the news on
Wednesday, April 9, 2014, when she observed her parents residence on the news with
Law Enforcement at her residence. She then called her brother, Seymour A. Cameron,
and asked him what was happening at their parent's residence. Seymour A. Cameron
then traveled to her location, where she drove Seymour A. Cameron to her parent's
residence. She stated she received a phone call from Robert Alex Corchado around
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9:00 P.M. He asked her what the news was reporting on him. She had told him that a
vehicle had rear ended another vehicle, causing the rear ended vehicle to drive into the
KinderCare Learning Center building that result in one child's death and many more
injured. He told her that he only rear ended the car and did not know about the vehicle
entering the building. D-1 then called her back around 4 to 5 in the morning very upset
and they spoke about the crash again. She stated she was telling him to turn himself in
and asked where he was at the time of the phone call, because she was going to pick
him up, but he did not give his iocation. She stated that he admitted to her on several
occasions that he was the driver of V-1 .
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement Laboratory was given blood samples from
the driver of the black Toyota Solara, Albert Dean Campbell, to be tested for alcohol
and any controlled substances (drugs). The blood samples from Albert Dean Campbell
had been taken at the scene of the crash and then submitted into evidence. The blood
results came back negative for alcohol and any controlled substance in his system from
when the blood samples were given on
scene. According to the Institute of Police
Technology and Management University of North Florida DUI Student Manual, “if
alcohol is in the stomach along with the food, the alcohol will remain trapped behind the
pylorus. Some of the alcohol trapped in the stomach will begin to break down
chemically before it ever gets to the blood. In time, as the digestive process continues,
the pylorus will begin to relax, and some of the alcohol and food will pass through. But
the overall effect will be to slow the absorption significantly. Because the alcohol only
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slowly gets into the blood, and because the body will continue to process and eliminate
the alcohol that does manage to get in there, the drinker’s BAC will not climb as high as
it would have if he or she had drunk on an empty stomach."
The manual also states that “for the average-sized male, a BAC of 0.015 is equivalent
to about two-thirds of the alcohol content of a standard drink (i.e., about two-thirds of a
can of beer, or glass of wine or shot of whiskey). For the average-sized female, the
same BAC would be reached on just one-half of a standard drink. So the typical male
will eliminate about two-thirds of a drink per hour, whiie the typical female will burn up
about one-half of a drink in that hour.” This would explain why although Mr. Campbell
admitted to having a drink at lunch time several hours before the crash, his BAC results
came back .000.
A search warrant was obtained reference to D-Ts cellar phone record with number
listed of (407) 622-9320 and another search warrant was obtained for the cellar tower
record for the same phone as to the location of the cell phone and time of the cell phone
as it was active on Wednesday, April 9, 2014. The cell phone record shows the cell
phone made calls to Evelyn Corchado, mother of D-1 , shortly after the time of the crash.
The cell phone record shows this ceil phone making calls to Anthony Harvey Rhodes,
owner of the auto body shop. Then the cell phone record shows this cell phone making
a call with Joseph Anthony Holland with Holland Towing Company. This cellar phone
call record confirms the witness statements that were given by these three people. The
cellar phone tower record shows this cell phone was working off the cell tower in just
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east of the crash scene location, prior to the crash. Then the cellar phone shows the
cell phone was working off the cell tower just north of the crash scene location, just after
the crash. This would also show D-1 was in the area of the crash as it occurred.
There was not enough physical evidence to reconstruct a speed on V-1 and V-2 at the
time of the collision with each other. However, the damage to both vehicles in the area
they made contact with each other was minimum, which would indicate a low rate of
speed under the posted speed limit of 45 miles per hour. The damage to V-1 was to the
front bumper and grille area. The front bumper was rotated forward as it was pushed
downward and then cracking the grille. The front right corner of the bumper cover was
detached and the rest of the bumper cover was missing the outer paint. The damage to
the right rear of V-2 was paint loss on the outer bumper cover with small dents. The
right side exhaust pipe was flattened at the rear portion and the right side of the trunk
was slightly pushed inward.
The damage also indicates that both vehicles were
traveling close to each others speed when point of contact occurred. This impact was
witnessed by four independent witnesses, which stated after the crash occurred that V-1
had either briefly stopped or came to a momentary slow roll before accelerating to a
high rate of speed northbound on State Road 551. These witnesses also stated that V-
2 accelerated in the parking lot of KinderCare Learning Center. D-2 also gave a sworn,
digitally recorded statement stating he was switching from the brake to the accelerator
at the time of the collision. Using these statements combined with damage done to both
vehicles and the information downloaded from V-2’s C.D.R., these following facts was
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mathematically calculated. From the first area of collision between V-1 and V-2, V-2
traveled 2.9 seconds to the second area of collision, which struck the outer wall of the
KinderCare Learning Center building. The speed that V-2 accelerated during those 2.9
seconds was 16 miles per hour. The maximum speed that V-2 struck the outer was 22
miles per hour based upon the information giving by V-2's C.D.R.
Using that last
information V-2 would start to accelerate from the first area of collision at a rate of 6
miles per hour. V-2 could have entered the dual entrance of Goldenrod Plaza and
KinderCare Learning Center from State Road 551 at a higher rate of speed. However,
V-2's speed would have decreased due to the impact from V-1 causing V-2 to rotate
clockwise motion on an upgrade entrance. V-2 continued through the building and
came to final rest in the east side of the northeast room in 1 .34 seconds. The total time
from the first area of collision to final rest of V-2 was 4.2 seconds.
With the information mathematically calculated for V-2, the distance for V-1 traveled
after the first area of collision until V-2 was involved in the second area of collision was
giving a range of distance. V-1 would have traveled a short distance after the first area
of collision, due to a low speed impact. The driver of V-1 would have to disengage his
foot from the brake pedal any then apply his foot to the accelerator pedal within a short
time period. The range of feet for V-1 had traveled was 46 feet to 75 feet north of the
area of collision, based upon if V-1 had come to a complete stop or to a slow roll and
accelerated V-1 at full capacity. Within this range of feet, there would have been no
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physical obstructions from D-1 observing V-2 striking the outer wall of the KinderCare
Learning Center Building from the rearview eye sight.
SUMMARY
Based on the available facts of this investigation, D-2's, O-1's and all witnesses'
statements with the physical evidence the following is concluded. V-1 , driven by Robert
Alex Corchado, was traveling northbound on State Road 551 in the outside lane from
the intersection of University Blvd., approaching the dual business entrance of
Goldenrod Plaza and KinderCare Learning Center.
V-2, driven by Albert Dean
Campbell with the front right passenger of Kimberly Bailey Campbell,
were traveling
northbound on State Road 551 in the outside lane making a right turn into the dual
business entrance of Goldenrod Plaza and KinderCare Learning Center.
V-1
approached the rear of V-2 at a higher rate of speed, causing the front right of V-1 to
strike the rear right of V-2. This collision caused V-2 to rotate in a clockwise motion on
the upgrade of the driveway entrance. V-2 then accelerated across the grass divider
that separated the driveway entrance from the parking spaces of Kindercare Learning
Center. V-2 continued through the KinderCare Learning Center parking lot and onto the
pedestrian ramp that lead to the raised concrete sidewalk in front of the KinderCare
Learning Center building. V-2 then traveled across the raised concrete sidewalk and
through the shrubbery that was lined directly in front of the KinderCare Learning Center
building. The front and the undercarriage of V-2 then struck the outer west wall of the
KinderCare Learning Center building and traveled into the building. During this time
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period V-1 had started to accelerate northbound on State Road 551 in the outside lane,
leaving the crash
scene. V-2 entered the northwest room of the KinderCare Learning
Center building striking several physical objects, P-1 , P-2, P-3, P-4, P-5, P-6, P-8 and
P-10 were each sitting in children seats located at 3 different children tables. This third
area collision caused P-1, P-2, P-4, P-5, P-8 and P-10 to be thrown in different
directions throughout the room. P-3 and P-6 were attached and transported by the front
of V-1 through the northwest room and into the northeast room. V-2 continued to travel
in an easterly direction striking the dividing wall that separated the northwest room from
the northeast room. V-2 entered the northeast room of the KinderCare Learning Center
building. The front and the undercarriage continued to strike several physical objects
and children table with P-7, P-9, P-11 and P-12 where seated at, causing P-7, P-1 1 and
P-12 to be projected from their seats and P-9 was scooped underneath the
undercarriage of V-2. The right side of V-2 then struck P-13, which was standing on the
south side of the northeast room. V-2 came to final rest just before making contact with
the outer east wall of the KinderCare Learning Center building. D-2 and 0-1 were not
transported for any injuries; however, 0-1 received medical treatment the following day.
P-1, P-2, P-3, P-4, P-5, P-6, P-7, P-8, P-9, P-10, P-11 and P-12 were transported to
Arnold Palmer Regional Medical Center. P-13 was transported to Florida Hospital East.
P-1 sustained fatal injuries from the crash. P-2 and P-6 received serious bodily injuries.
P-3, P-4, P-5, P-7, P-8, P-9, P-10, P-11, P-12 and P-13 received non-capacitating
injuries.
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As D-1 was driving V-1 northbound on State Road 551 in the outside lane and struck
the rear of V-2 with its front, he was in violation of Florida State Statute 316.1925 (1)
Careless Driving, which states, "Any person operating a vehicle upon the streets or
highways within the state shall drive the same in a careful prudent manner, having
regard for the width, grade, curves, corners, traffic, and all other attendant
circumstances, so as not to endanger the life, limb, or property of any person. Failure to
drive in such manner shall constitute careless driving and a violation of this section."
When D-1 failed to remain at the scene of the crash, he was in violation of Florida
State Statute 316.027 (1)(a), Crash involving death or personal injuries, which
states, the driver of any vehicle involved in a crash occurring on public or private
property that results in injury of any person must immediately stop the vehicle at the
scene of the crash, or as close thereto as possible, and must return at the scene of the
crash until he or she had fulfilled the requirements of 316.062. Therefore, D-1 was in
violation of Florida State Statute 316.062 (1) Duty to give information and render
aid, which states, The driver of any vehicle involved in a crash resulting in injury to
or
death of any person or damage to any vehicle or other property which is driven or
attended by any person shall give his or her name, address, and the registration
number of the vehicle he or she is driving, and shall upon request and if available
exhibit his or her license or permit to drive, to any person injured in such crash and shall
render to any person injured in the crash reasonable assistance, including the carrying
is requested by the injured person." D-1 failed to remain at the scene any render any
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aid to any of the pedestrians or the occupants of V-2.
The Jan Sport book bag was found inside in V-1 from the search warrant, contained a
bag 15 grams of heroin, less than 5 grams of cocaine, cannabis (marijuana) less than
20 grams and a scale to measure weight. D-1 was in violation of Florida State
Statute 893.135 (1)(C)(1) Trafficking in 14 grams or more of heroin, which states,
"Any person who knowingly sells, purchases, manufactures, delivers, or beings into this
state, or who knowingly in actual or constructive possession of, 4 grams or more of any
morphine, opium, oxycodone, hydrocodone, hydromorphone, or any salt, derivative,
isomer thereof, including heroin, as described in s. 893.03(1)(b), (2)(a), (3)(c)3., or
(3)(c)4., or 4 grams or more of any mixture containing any such substance, but less
than 30 kilograms of such substance or mixture, commits a felony of the first degree,
which felony shall be known as "trafficking in illegal drugs," punishable as provided s.
775.082, s. 775.083, or s. 775.084."
D-1 also violated Florida State Statute 893.13 (1)(A)(1) Possession of cocaine with
intent to sell or deliver, which states, "Except as authorized by this chapter and
chapter 499, it is unlawful for any person to sell, manufacture, or deliver, or possess
with intent to sell manufacture, or deliver, a controlled substance. Any person who
violates this provision with respect to: (1) A controlled substance named or described in
s. 893.03(1)(a), (1)(b), (1)(d), (2)(a), (2)(b), or (2)(c)4„ commits a felony of the second
degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082, s. 775.083, or s. 775.084."
D-1 also was in violation of Florida State Statute 893.1 3(6)(B) Possession of 20
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grams or less of cannabis, which states, "If the offense is the possession of not more
than 20 grams of cannabis, as defined in this chapter, or 3 grams or less of a controlled
substance described in s. 893.03(1 )(c)46.-50., the person commits a misdemeanor of
the first degree punishable as provided in s. 775.082 or s. 775.083."
D-1 also was in violation of Florida State Statute 893.147(1) Use, possession,
manufacture, delivery, transportation, or advertisement of drug paraphernalia,
which states, "USE OR POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA.-It is unlawful for
any person to use, or to possess with intent to use, drug paraphernalia: Any person who
violates this subsection is guilty of a misdemeanor of the first degree, punishable as
provided in s. 775.082 or s. 775.083."
As a result of these violations, D-1, Robert Alex Corchado, is responsible for the death
of P-1, the injuries to 0-1, P-2, P-3, P-4, P-5, P-6, P-7, P-8, P-9, P-10, P-11, P-12 and
P-13 and for the property damage to V-1, V-2 and the Kindercare Learning Center
building.
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CASE CLOSING STATUS
Case Closed by Arrest: This investigation is complete and has led to the arrest of the
defendant, Robert Alex Corchado.
OftJS
CpI. Brian J. Gensler July 8) 2014
State of Florida, County of Osceola
Sworn and subscribed before me
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WITNESS LIST
Statement [3 Yes Q No
Name Trooper Ricardo Reyes (2014 ID# 1200)
Address
133 S. Semoran Blvd., Ste. A, Orlando, FL 32807
Place of Employment
Florida Highway Patrol - Troop D, Orange County - Street Patrol
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-737-2300
Can Testify To: Traffic Crash Investigator, Completed Florida Long Form 83773522
FHP Case number FHPD140FF030470.
Name Corporal Brian Gensler (2014 ID# 743)
Address
Statement
Yes [X] No
133 S. Semoran Blvd., Ste. A, Orlando, FL 32807
Place of Employment
Florida Highway Patrol - Troop D, Orange County - Traffic Homicide
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-249-6586
Can Testify To: Traffic Homicide Investigator, completed Traffic Homicide Report
FHP 714-07-023.
Statement [X] Yes
Name Corporal Albert Pratts (2014 ID# 776)
Address
No
133 S. Semoran Blvd., Ste. A, Orlando, FL 32807
Place of Employment
-
Florida Highway Patrol Troop D, Orange County - Traffic Homicide
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-739-7181
Can Testify To: Assisted with on-scene Traffic Homcide Investigation, created the field sketch
and took measurements.
Statement [X] Yes
Name Corporal Larry Compton (2014 ID#763)
Address
No
133 S. Semoran Blvd., Ste. A, Orlando, FL 32807
Place of Employment
Florida Highway Patrol - Troop D, Orange County - Traffic Homicide
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-249-7196
Can Testify To: Assisted with on-scene Traffic Homcide Investigation
Conducted witness interviews.
Case Number. FHP 714-07-023
Page Number: 68
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Name Corporal Daphne P. Yuncker (2014 ID# 561)
Address
Statement
IEI
Yes
No
133 S. Semoran Blvd., Ste. A, Orlando, FL 32807
Place of Employment
Florida Highway Patrol - Troop D, Orange County - Traffic Homicide
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-249-6476
Can Testify To: Assisted with on-scene Traffic Homcide Investigation
Documented the scene by taking digital photographs.
__
_
Statement [X3 Yes
Name Sergeant Francina L Ogburn (2014 ID# 289)
Address
No
133 S. Semoran Blvd., Ste. A, Orlando, FL 32807
Place of Employment
Florida Highway Patrol - Troop D, Orange County - Traffic Homicide
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-249-7179
Can Testify To: Assisted with on-scene Traffic Homcide Investigation.
On-scene Traffic Homicide Supervisor and assisted with measurements.
Name
Address
Statement
Major Cynthia A. Wiliiams (2014 ID# 011 )
Yes [Xl No
133 S. Semoran Blvd., Ste. A, Orlando, FL 32807
Place of Employment
Florida Highway Patrol - Troop D, Orange County - Administration
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-737-2300
Can Testify To: On-scene supervisor, assisted with scene management.
Name Sergeant Terence Mahl (2014 ID# 220)
Address
Statement
Yes [3 No
133 S. Semoran Blvd., Ste. A, Orlando, FL 32807
Place of Employment
Florida Highway Patrol - Troop D, Orange County - Street Patrol
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-737-2300
Can Testify To: On-scene supervisor, assisted with scene management.
Case Number: FHP 714-07-023
Page Number:
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Address
Yes [X] No
Statement
Name Lieutenant Christopher Blackmon (2014 ID# 243)
133 S. Semoran Bivd., Ste. A, Orlando, FL 32807
Place of Employment
Florida Highway Patrol - Troop D, Orange County - Administration
Phone Numbers; Home
Work 407-737-2300
N/A
Can Testify To: On-scene supervisor (Shift Commander), assisted with scene management.
Statement EX] Yes
Name Sergeant Jeffery S. Komorowski (2014 ID# 401 )
Address
133 S. Semoran Bivd., Ste. A, Orlando, FL 32807
Place of Employment
__
No
-
Florida Highway Patrol Troop D, Orange County - Street Patrol
Work 407-737-2300
N/A
Phone Numbers: Home
_
Can Testify To: On-scene supervisor, assisted with scene management.
Responded to the Enterprise Rent-A-Car to receive the information on Robert A. Corchado
renting a vehicle from their company.
Address
Yes [X] No
Statement
Name Trooper Wanda D. Diaz (2014 IP# 597)
133 S- Semoran Bivd., Ste. A, Orlando, FL 32807
Place of Employment
-
Florida Highway Patrol Troop D, Orange County - PIO
Phone Numbers: Home
Work 407-737-2300
N/A
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, PIO.
Name
Address
Statement [X] Yes
Raymond Pastrana (2014 ID# 685)
No
1551 E. International Speedway Bivd, Deland, FL 32724
Place of Employment
-
Florida Highway Patrol Troop D, Seminole County - Street Patrol
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 386-226-5350
Can Testify To: He located the silver Dodge Durango at the residence of 5229 N. Orange
Avenue, Orlando, FL, 32792. He also made contact with the Lotto Zone store.
_
Case Number: FHP 714-07-023
Page Number: 70
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WITNESS LIST
Address
Yes [X] No
Statement
Name Trooper Torben Jensen (2014 ID# 879)
1551 E. International Speedway Blvd, Deland, FL 32724
Place of Employment
Florida Highway Patrol - Troop D, Seminole County - Street Patrol
Phone Numbers: Home
.
Work 386-226-5350
N/A
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management.
____
Statement [X] Yes
Name Trooper Brenden Kralich (2014 ID# 1000)
Address
No
133 S. Semoran Bivd., Ste. A, Orlando, FL 32807
Place of Employment
Florida Highway Patrol - Troop D, Orange County - Expressway
Phone Numbers: Home
Work 407-737-2300
N/A
__
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management.
Took on-scene debris (bumper) to Greenway Dodge for vehicle identification.
Provided a written statment.
Statement Q Yes [>3 No
Name Trooper Ray B. Basit (2014 ID# 1146)
Address
1551 E. International Speedway Blvd, Deland, FL 32724
Place of Employment
-
Florida Highway Patrol Troop D, Seminole County - Street Patrol
Phone Numbers: Home
Work 386-226-5350
N/A
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management.
Name Corporal Michael Manfredo (2014 ID# 1329)
Address
Statement
£3
Yes
No
1551 E. International Speedway Bivd, Deland, FL 32724
Place of Employment
-
-
Florida Highway Patrol Troop D, Seminole Traffic Homicide
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 386-226-5350
Can Testify To: He obtained consent from the black Toyota Solara driver for a blood draw.
He observed the blood draw on the driver and entered the blood into Florida Highway
Patrol evidence.
Case Number: FHP 714-07-023
Page Number:
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Name Trooper Jared J. Bruggeman (2014 ID# 1765)
Address
Yes [X] No
Statement
133 S. Semoran Blvd., Ste. A, Orlando, FL 32807
Place of Employment
Florida Highway Patrol - Troop D, Orange County - Street Patrol
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-737-2300
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management.
Name Trooper Wesley Harsey (2014 ID# 1914)
Address
Statement
ED
Yes [X] No
133 S. Semoran Blvd., Ste. A, Orlando, FL 32807
Place of Employment
Florida Highway Patrol - Troop D, Orange County - Street Patrol
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-737-2300
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management.
Statement [X] Yes
Name Corporal Larry Lawrence (2014 ID# 1277)
Address
No
133 S. Semoran Blvd., Ste. A, Orlando, FL 32807
Place of Employment
Florida Highway Patrol - Troop D, Orange County - Traffic Homicide
N/A
Phone Numbers: Home
Work 407-249-7168
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management.
Conducted sworn, recorded witness interviews.
Statement [X] Yes
Name Corporal Kristen E, Neutziing (2014 ID# 635)
Address
No
133 S. Semoran Blvd., Ste. A, Orlando, FL 32807
Place of Employment
Florida Highway Patrol - Troop D, Orange County - Traffic Homicide
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-249-7178
Can Testify To: Conducted sworn, recorded witness interviews.
Case Number: FHP 714-07-023
Page Number: 72
: S134S
WITNESS LIST
Name Corporal Philip McNab (2014 ID# 934)
Address
Statement
Yes
No
133 S. Semoran Blvd., Ste. A, Orlando, FL 32807
Place of Employment
Florida Highway Patrol - Troop D, Orange County - Traffic Homicide
Phone Numbers: Home
Work 407-249-7172
N/A
Can Testify To: Processed V-1 and V-2 for evidence removal.
Statement [x] Yes
Name Sergeant Catherine A. Oliver (2014 ID# 1115)
Address
No
133 S. Semoran Blvd., Ste. A, Orlando, FL 32807
Place of Employment
-
Florida Highway Patrol Troop D, Orange County - Street Patrol
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-249-6466
Can Testify To: Assisted CpI. McNab. Processed V-1 and V-2 for evidence removal.
Statement
Name Virginia Ricks
Address
Yes [X] No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriff's Office
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Statement
Name William Fowler
Address
Yes [3 No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriffs Office
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Case Number: FHP 714-07-023
Page Number: -73
: 81,3*43
WITNESS LIST
Name Cory Keith
Address
Statement
Yes |XI No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriff's Office
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Name Justin Patrick
Address
Statement
Yes [X] No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriff's Office
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Name Kim Butler
Address
Statement
Yes [3 No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriff's Office
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Name
Address
Lindee Velez
Statement
Yes [X] No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriff's Office
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Case Number: FHP 714-07-023
Page Number: . 74
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Name
Address
Statement
Michael Wilson
Yes [3 No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriffs Office
Phone Numbers: Home
Work 407-254-7000
N/A
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Statement
Name Wade Regan
Address
Yes (El No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriffs Office
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
_
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Name
Address
Statement Q Yes [X] No
Michelle Hutchinson
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriff's Office
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Name
Address
Statement
Ava D. Garrett
Yes [X] No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriff's Office
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A _
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Case Number: FHP 714-07-023
Page Number: '75
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Statement
Name Charles Weaver
Address
Yes [>| No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriffs Office
Work 407-254-7000
N/A
Phone Numbers: Home
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Statement
Name Ronald Barba
Address
Yes
IXI
No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriff's Office
N/A
Phone Numbers: Home
__
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Name
Address
Statement
Justin Wall
Yes [X] No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriff's Office
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
_
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Statement
Name Carol E. Green
Address
Yes
[Kj No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriffs Office
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Case Number: FHP 714-07-023
Page Number: ; 76
WITNESS LIST
Statement
Name Michael Ruggiero
Address
Yes [X] No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriff's Office
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Name John Montenegro
Address
Statement
Yes [x] No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriff’s Office
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Name Eric Ugarte
Address
Statement
Yes [X} No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriffs Office
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Name David Diaz
Address
Statement
Yes [x] No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriffs Office
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Case Number: FHP 714-07-023
Page Number:. 77
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WITNESS LIST
Statement
Name Marcy Pearce
Address
No
Yes
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriff's Office
Phone Numbers: Home
Work 407-254-7000
N/A
Ca n Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Statement Q Yes |X] No
Name Julie Carpenter
Address
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriffs Office
Phone Numbers: Home
Work 407-254-7000
N/A
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Name
Address
Statement
Menachem Green
Yes
[X] No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriff’s Office
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
_
Work 407-254-7000
Ca n Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Name
Address
Statement
Neida Rodriguez
Yes
M
No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriff's Office
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A _
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Case Number: FHP 714-07-023
Page Number: JQ
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Statement
Name Karl Stephanz
Yes [X] No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Address
Place of Employment
Phone Numbers: Home
Orange County Sheriff's Office
N/A
___ _ _
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Name
Statement
Ian Wasserman
Yes
No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Address
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriff's Office
N/A
Phone Numbers: Home
___
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Name
Statement
Randolph Herschelman
Address
Yes (XI No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriffs Office
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Statement
Name Scot Severance
Address
Yes
[><] No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriff's Office
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Case Number: FHP 714-07-023
Page Number: , 79
: 01335
WITNESS LIST
Statement
Name Allision Fusco
Address
£<] No
Yes
2500 W Colonial Dr, Ortando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriff's Office
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Statement
Name Brian Davis
Address
Yes [X] No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriff's Office
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Statement
Name Sean Dobbins
Address
Yes [X] No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriff's Office
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Statement
Name Virginia Swarthout
Address
Yes [X] No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriff's Office
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Case Number: FHP 714-07-023
Page Number: : 80
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WITNESS LIST
Name Amri Triplitt
Address
_
Statement
Yes £<] No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriff's Office
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid,
Statement
Name Jason Sams
Address
Yes
£3
No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriff's Office
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Name Shari Leigh
Address
Statement
Yes |EI No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriff's Office
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-254-7000
Ca n Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Name Roberto Aristondo
Address
Statement
Yes [X] No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriff's Office
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Case Number: FHP 714-07-023
Page Number:; g-j
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WITNESS LIST
Name Michael Combs
Address
Statement
Yes [X] No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriffs Office
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Name John Martinez
Address
Statement
Yes
[x] No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriffs Office
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Name Justin D. Barley
Address
Statement
Yes
£3
No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriffs Office
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Statement
Name Alberta Gilbert
Address
Yes [>3 No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriff's Office
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Case Number: FHP 714-07-023
Page Number:
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WITNESS LIST
Name Leroy Minion
Address
Statement
Yes [x] No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriffs Office
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Name Juan Rodriguez
Address
Statement
Yes [X] No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriffs Office
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Name Brian Roy
Address
Statement
Yes
£<] No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriffs Office
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Name Robert Bradley
Address
Statement
Yes |EI No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriff's Office
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Case Number: FHP 714-07-023
Page Number:
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WITNESS LIST
Name Heather Barker
Address
Statement
Yes [X] No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriff's Office
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Name James Meade
Address
Statement
Yes [X] No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriff's Office
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Name Yesenia Antuna
Address
Statement
Yes
No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriff's Office
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Name Catherine Pratt
Address
Statement
Yes [X] No
2500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriff's Office
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To: Assisted with scene management, mutual aid.
Case Number: FHP 714-07-023
Page Number:
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Statement [X] Yes
Name Joel Rosado
No
Address
Independent Carpenter
Place of Employment
Phone Numbers: Home
Work
Can Testify To: Witnessed the collision from the roof of a nearby gas station.
Name Ronny Avellan
Statement
Yes
No
Statement [X] Yes
No
Address
Mike Harrison Contractor
Place of Employment
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work
To: Witnessed the collision from the roof of a nearby gas station.
Name Lachmin Persaud
Address
Place of Employment
Unknown
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Can Testify To: Female at the house where V-1 Driver abandoned V-1 .
She observed V-1 Driver.
Name
Spynnm A
fpniprnn
Statement [E3 Yes
No
Address
Place of Employment
Stonewood T avern
Phone Numbers: Home
Work Unknown
Can Testify To: Male at the house where V-1 Driver abandoned V-1.
Mr. Cameron took V-1 Driver to the Rent-A-Car center to rent a vehicle.
Case Number: FHP 714-07-023
Page Number: Jgg
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WITNESS LIST
Name Donna Brashears
Statement
£3
Yes
No
Address
Place of Employment
Kindercare, 4035 S. Goldenrod Road, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home
Work
Can Testify To: Events of the collision inside the Kindercare.
Statement £<] Yes
Name Joseph Alen Holland Sr.
No
Address
Place of Employment
Holland's Towing & Recovery
Phone Numbers: Home
Work
_____
__
____
_
_ _____
Can Testify To: He called the Florida Highway Patrol to report the vehicle they were going
to pick up.
Name Joseph Anthony Holland Jr.
Statement
IKI
Yes
No
Address
Place of Employment
Holland's Towing & Recovery
Phone Numbers: Home
Work
Can Testify To: He recieved the phone call from Robert Alex Corchado as to where
to pick up the silver Dodge Durango and then transport it to the auto body shop.
Name Anthony Harvey Rhodes
Statement [E3 Yes
No
Address
Place of Employment
Rhodes Auto Works, 5508 Benchmark Ln., #140, Sandford, 32773
Phone Numbers: Home
Work
_
Can Testify To: Received a phone call from V-1 Driver to repair V-1 . The call was made
approximately 14 min after the collision.
Case Number: FHP 714-07-023
Page Number: g g
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WITNESS LIST
Name Alan Benedict Root
Statement
Yes
No
Yes
No
Statement [X] Yes
No
Address
ATT Wireless, 12150 Research Pkwy, Orlando, FL
Place of Employment
Phone Numbers: Home
Work
Can Testify To: the events of the collision, witnessed from the bank parkinglot.
Name Dennis A. Dickquist
Statement
£3
Address
Place of Employment
. Retired
Phone Numbers: Home
Work
Can Testify To: the events of the collision, witnessed from the bank parkinglot.
Name Evelyn Rivera Corchado
Address
Place of Employment
Unknown
Phone Numbers: Home
Work
Can Testify To: V-1 Driver's mother who called 911 after the collision to report V-1 stolen.
Name Aaron Joseph Dargo
Statement £<] Yes
No
Address
Place of Employment
Who's Watching TV, 5021 Eggleston Av, #B, Orlando, FL 32804
Phone Numbers: Home
Work
Can Testify To: Observed V-1 Driver parking and getting out of V-1 at
Case Number: FHP 714-07-023
Page Number: , g7
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WITNESS LIST
Name Eric Austin Hoppes
Statement
£3
Yes
No
Address
Place of Employment
Enterprise Rental, 1970 Semoran Blvd., #A, Winter Park, 32790
Phone Numbers: Home
Work
Can Testify To: Servicing V-1 Driver at Enterprise Rental.
Name Corporal Josue U. Mora (2Q14 ID# 936)
Address
Statement
Yes
No
133 S. Semoran Blvd., Ste. A, Orlando, FL 32807
Place of Employment
Phone Numbers: Home
-
Florida Highway Patrol - Troop D, Orange/Osceola Traffic Homicide
N/A
Work 407-249-7177
Can Testify To: Assisted with the investigation by creating a scaled diagram, conducted
witness interviews, obtained phone downloads collected evidence (tiles)__
Statement [X] Yes
Name Albert Dean Campbell
No
Address
Place of Employment
Orlando Cribs LLC., 4063 Goldenrod Rd., #3, Orlando, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home
Work
Can Testify To: the events of the collision. He was driving V-2.
Name Kimberly Bailey Campbell
Statement [x] Yes
No
Address
Place of Employment
Phone Numbers: Home
Orlando Cribs LLC., 4063 Goldenrod Rd., #3, Orlando, FL 32792
Work
Can Testify To: She was the passenger in the black Toyota Solara.
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WITNESS LIST
Statement
Name Analyst Ruth E. Vacha
Address
Yes
No
500 W. Robinson St., Orlando, FL 32801
Place of Employment
Phone Numbers: Home
Florida Department of Law Enforcement - Toxicology
Work (800) 226-8521
N/A
Can Testify To: Conducted a blood toxicology analysis on V-2 Driver (Alcohol)
Name Analyst Ryan M. Warner
Address
Statement
Yes [El No
500 W. Robinson St., Orlando, FL 32801
Place of Employment
Phone Numbers: Home
Florida Department of Law Enforcement - Toxicology
Work (800) 226-8521
N/A
Can Testify To: Conducted a blood toxicology analysis on V-2 Driver (Drugs)
Statement [X] Yes
Name Trooper Joshua A. Evans (2014 ID# 1295)
Address
No
133 S. Semoran Blvd., Ste. A, Orlando, FL 32807
Place of Employment
Phone Numbers: Home
-
Florida Highway Patrol Troop D, Orange - DUI Patrol
N/A
Work 407-737-2300
Can Testify To: assisted with investigation by requesting and reviewing redlight camera
_
video.
Name
Address
Doctor Gary Lee Utz
Statement
Yes
jEl No
2350 E. Michigan St., Orlando , FL 32806-2014
Place of Employment
Phone Numbers: Home
JOistrict Nine Medical Examiner’s Office
N/A
Work (407) 836-9499
Can Testify To: Performed the autopsy on deceased child.
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WITNESS LIST
Name Sandra Lucia McMiilen
Statement [X] Yes
No
Address
Place of Employment
Kindercare, 4035 S. Goldenrod Road, Winter Park, FL 32792
Work
Phone Numbers: Home
Can Testify To: Witnessed the evens after the collision.
Name Cheryl Davis Bishop
Statement [X] Yes
No
Address
Place of Employment
Kindercare, 4035 S. Goldenrod Road, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home
Can Testify To: Witnessed the evens after the collision.
Statement [X] Yes
Name Amy Lyn McCurdy
No
Address
Place of Employment
Kindercare, 4035 S. Goldenrod Road, Winter Park, FL 32792
Work 4
Phone Numbers: Home
Can Testify To: Witnessed the evens after the collision.
Name Thomas Schoendorf
Address
Place of Employment
Phone Numbers: Home
__
Statement [X] Yes
No
Kindercare, 4035 S. Goldenrod Road, Winter Park, FL 32792
Work 3
Can Testify To: Kindercare Center Maintenance Director who cieaned/removed damaged
furniture from the center.
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WITNESS LIST
Statement
Name Krista Barber
Yes [x] No
Address
Place of Employment
Phone Numbers: Home
Project Manager, Red light - Orange County Traffic Engineering
N/A
Work
Can Testify To: Requested red light camera video for the investigation.
Name Analyst Ron Weyland
Address
Statement
Yes [X] No
500 W. Robinson Street, Orlando, FL 32801
Place of Employment
Phone Numbers: Home
Florida Department of Law Enforcement
N/A
Work (407)540-3913
Can Testify To: Analyzed video evidence.
Name Sergeant Terri Piwowarski
Address
Statement (X] Yes
No
2500 W. Colonial Drive., Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Phone Numbers: Home
Orange County Sheriff's Office, Criminal Investigations Division
N/A
Work 407-254-7229
Can Testify To: Downloaded cellphone contents.
Name Analyst Marta L. Strawser
Address
Statement
Yes
IXI
No
500 W. Robinson St., Orlando, FL 32801
Place of Employment
Phone Numbers: Home
Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Crime Laboratory
N/A
Work 407-540-3963
Can Testify To: Analyzed crime scene evidence.
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Name
Address
Investigator Chelsea Johnson
Yes [X] No
Statement
2500 W. Colonial Drive, Orlando FL 32804
Place of Employment
Phone Numbers: Home
Orange County Sheriff’s Office - Crime Scene investigations
N/A
Work 407-254-7122
Can Testify To: Processed fingerprints, DNA from V-1 .
Name Investigator Vanessa Nylander
Address
Yes [x] No
Statement
2500 W. Colonial Drive, Orlando FL 32804
Place of Employment
Phone Numbers: Home
Orange County Sheriff's Office - Crime Scene Investigations
N/A
Work 407-254-7122
Can Testify To: Processed fingerprints, DNA from V-1 .
Name
Mindy Marie Wilson
Statement [X] Yes Q No
Address
Place of Employment
Greenway Dodge, 9051 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL
Phone Numbers: Home
Work
Can Testify To: She looked up the part number from the remaining piece of bumper cover
_
that was left at the scene by the silver Dodge Durango and stated the
piece belong to a 2004 to a 2006 model.
Name Scott Richard Dennis
Statement
£3
Yes
No
Address
Place of Employment
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work
Can Testify To: He observed Robert Alex Corchado driving the silver Dodge Durango before
the crash occurred.
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WITNESS LIST
Statement [X] Yes
Name Corporal Jason Duran
Address
No
133 S. Semoran Blvd., Suite A, Orlando, FL 32807
Place of Employment
Phone Numbers: Home
Florida Highway Patrol, 133 S. Semoran Blvd., Suite A, Orlando, FL
Work 407-249-6466
N/A
Can Testify To: He went to the Enterprise rent-a-car corporate office located at 1011
Wymore Road, Winter Park, FL 32789 to take custody of the video system.
Statement
Name Paramedic John Hardeil
Yes [X] No
Address
Place of Employment
Orange County Fire Department, 6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL
N/A
Phone Numbers: Home
Work
He was the paramedic that conducted the blood draw on the driver
Can Testify To:
Of the black Toyota Solara.
Carol Perry, Latent Print Examiner
Name
Address
Statement [3 Yes
No
2500 West Colonial Dr., Orlando, FL 32804
Place of Employment
Orange County Sheriff’s Office, 2500 West Colonial Dr., Orlando, FL
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-254-7000
Can Testify To:
Carol M. Peterson
Name
Address
Statement [X] Yes Q No
500 West Robinson Street, Orlando, FL 32801
Place of Employment
Phone Numbers: Home
Florida Department of Law Enforcement
N/A
Work 800-226-8521
Can Testify To:
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Name
Address
Wayne A. Walker Jr.
Yes [2 No
Statement
500 W. Robinson Street, Orlando, FL 32801
Place of Employment
Florida Department of Law Enforcement
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work 407-540-3951
Can Testify To: Analyed Biology evidence.
Name
Statement [3 Yes
Abbeba A. Cameron
No
Address
Place of Employment Citgo Express
970 State Road 436, Casselberry, FL 32707
Phone Numbers: Home
Work
_
Can Testify To: She received two phone calls from D-1 hours after the crash occurred.
A sworn, digitally recorded interview was taken and is on file at 133 S. Semoran Blvd., Suite A,
Orlando, FL 32807.
Name Casey Ian Calhoun
Statement
Kl
Yes Q No
Address
Place of Employment
Orange County Public Teacher at Colonial High School
6100 Oleander Drive, Orlando, FL 32807
Phone Numbers: Home
Work
Can Testify To: He arrived to the KinderCare Learning Center right after the crash occurred and
provided first aid to children of KinderCare Learning Center. A sworn, digitally recorded interview was
taken and is on file at 133 S. Semoran Blvd., Suite A, Orlando, FL 32807.
_
Name
Statement
Samantha Persaud
Yes
No
Address
Place of Employment Unknown
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work
N/A
Can Testify To: She spoke to Seymour A. Cameron that was taking D-1 to Enterprise Rent-A-Car.
She received a phone call from D-1 around 4:00 P.M. with D-1 asking what was the news reporting.
A sworn, digitally recorded interview was taken and is on file at 133 S. Semoran Blvd., Suite A,
Orlando, FL 32807.
Case Number:
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Name
Paramedic Mark Smothers
Statement
Yes
£3
No
Address
Place of Employment
Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work
Can Testify To: He provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
Name
Paramedic Kimberly Engeman
Statement Q Yes
No
Address
Place of Employment Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work
Can Testify To: She provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
Name Jose Gainza
Statement
Yes [X] No
Address 6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment
Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
Can Testify To: He provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
Name
Statement
Steven Elliot
Yes
£3
Address 6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home
Can Testify To:
Case Number:
N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
He provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
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Name
Address
Alex Santiago
Statement
Yes
IE!
No
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment
Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
Can Testify To: He provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
Name
Address
Juston Jones
Statement
Yes
£3
No
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
Can Testify To: He provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
Name John Hardell
Statement
Yes
No
Address 6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment
Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
Can Testify To: He provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
Name
Chris Costa
Statement
Yes £<] No
Address 6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home
Can Testify To:
Case Number:
N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
He provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
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Name
Address
Robert Russell
Statement
Yes
Ex] No
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment
Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
Can Testify To: He provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
Name
Address
Aurelio Hernandez
Statement Q Yes
Ex] No
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
Can Testify To: She provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
Name Jose Flores
Statement
Yes
E3
No
Address 6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment
Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
Can Testify To: He provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
Name
Darion Butler
Statement
Yes
£3
No
Address 6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home
Can Testify To:
Case Number:
N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
He provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
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Name
Address
Statement
Jeffrey Holton
Yes
£<] No
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment
Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
Can Testify To: He provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
Name
Address
Jonathan Anderson
Statement
Yes
IKi
No
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
Can Testify To: She provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
Name David Thomas
Statement
Yes [>3 No
Address 6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment
Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
Can Testify To: He provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
Name
Nelson Pagen
Statement
Yes
£3
No
Address 6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home
Ca n Testify To:
Case Number:
N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
He provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
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WITNESS LIST
Name
Address
Statement
David Bauer
Yes [X] No
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment
Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
Can Testify To: He provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
Name
Address
Statement
Andre Maglhaes
Yes
Kl
No
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
Can Testify To: She provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
Name Fitzgerald Sheppard
Statement
Yes £<] No
Address 6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment
Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
Can Testify To: He provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
Name
Statement Q Yes (3 No
Michael Wadja
Address 6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home
Can Testify To:
Case Number:
N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
He provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
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WITNESS LIST
Name
Address
David Bauer
Statement
Yes [X] No
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment
Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
Can Testify To: He provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
Name
Address
Statement
Andre Maglhaes
No
Yes
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
Can Testify To: She provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
Name Fitzgerald Sheppard
Statement
Yes [X] No
Address 6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment
Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
Can Testify To: He provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
Name
Michael Wadja
Statement
E3
Yes
No
Address 6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home
Can Testify To:
Case Number:
N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
He provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
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Name
Address
Scott Workman
Yes [X] No
Statement
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment
Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
Can Testify To: He provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
Name
Address
Statement
Aldrim Castillo
Kl
Yes
No
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
Can Testify To: She provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
Name Jonathan Gamwell
Statement
Yes [X] No
Address 6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment
Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
Can Testify To: He provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
Name
Statement Q Yes [X] No
John Suliveras
Address 6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home
Can Testify To:
Case Number:
N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
He provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
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Name
Address
Yes [X] No
Statement
Jamie Dunn
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment
Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
Can Testify To: He provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
Name
Address
Christopher Studley
Statement Q Yes
£3
No
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
Can Testify To: She provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
Name Jesse Haus
Statement
Yes [X] No
Address 6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment
Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
Can Testify To: He provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
Name
James Rontondi
Statement
Yes [X] No
Address 6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FI 32792
Phone Numbers: Home
Can Testify To:
Case Number:
N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
He provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
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Name
Address
Statement
Jose Caamano
0
0
Yes
No
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment
Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
Can Testify To: He provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
Name
Address
Statement
Daniel Cheston
0
0
Yes
No
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
Can Testify To: She provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
Statement
Name Ben Deniston
0
0
Yes
No
Address 6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment
Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
Can Testify To: He provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
Name
Statement
Kelvin Vargas
0
0
Yes
No
Address 6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home
Can Testify To:
Case Number:
N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
He provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
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Name
Address
Michael Sizemore
Statement Q Yes [3 No
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment
Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
Can Testify To: He provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
Name
Address
Tonjal Wintrow
Statement
13
Yes
No
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
Can Testify To: She provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
Name Randy Frey
Statement
3 No
Yes
Address 6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment
Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
Can Testify To: He provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
Name
Javier Ling
Statement
3 No
Yes
Address 6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home
Can Testify To:
Case Number:
N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
He provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
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Name
Address
Jennifer Jinright
Statement
Yes
No
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment
Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
Can Testify To: She provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
Name
Address
Statement
Jack Hawkins
Yes [X] No
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Place of Employment Orange County Fire Department
6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone Numbers: Home
N/A
Work (407) 836-9000
Ca n Testify To: She provided medical support to the pedestrians in Kindercare Learning Center.
Name
Statement
Yes
No
Statement
Yes
No
Address
Place of Employment
Phone Numbers: Home
Work
Can Testify To:
Name
Address
Place of Employment
Phone Numbers: Home
Work
Can Testify To:
Case Number:
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CHEMICAL TEST INFORMATION
0 Alive
Name: Albert Dean Campbell
Test Offered:
Breath
Blood
Was Test Refused:
Yes
No
Deceased
Other
BREATH TEST INFORMATION
Test Requested By
Test Given By
Location
__
_
_
Date
DPM
Time
Instrument _
Results of Test
BLOOD TEST INFORMATION
_
Corporal Michael A. Manfredo
Test Requested By
Blood Drawn By R.NJohn Hardell
Title
Parking Lot of Kindercare Learning Center Building
Location
[X]PM
Date 4/9/14
Time 4:30
Analyzed By
Crime Laboratory Analyst Ryan M. Warner
No alcohol (ethanol) or controlled substances were found
Results of Test
_
Register Nurse
CHAIN OF POSSESSION
Received From Albert Dean Campbell
By
R.N. John Hardell
Date 4/9/14
Time 4:30
E3PM
Received From R.N. John Hardell
By Corporal Michael A. Manfredo
Date 4/9/14
Time 4:30
SSlPM
Received From
By
Evidence Custodian Jerry Polk
Date 4/9/14
Time 6:23
By
Date
Time
OPM
Received From
By
Date
Time
QPM
Corporal Michael A. Manfredo
Received From
ADDITIONAL COMMENTS
Chain of possession is maintained by the Florida Highway Patrol Evidence Custodian
Case Number
FHP714-07-023
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ARREST INFORMATION
Name
Home Phone
Robert Alex Corchado
Address
Occupation
Unempolyed
Work Phone
J_]_
Place of Employment
DOB 12/08/85
Height 5-07
Weight 180
Hair
Eyes
Bald
Brown
CHARGE(S)
Charge
leaving the Scene of Death
Statute No.
316.027 (1)(b)
_
Arrest Warrant Issued
Citation No.
Date
A1XLRVE
4/10/14
(Physical, Warrant, Grand Jury Indictment, etc.)
Arresting Officer Master Corporal Brian J. Gensler
__
Charge
Leaving the Scene w/ Serious Inj.
Statute No.
316.027 (1)(a)
Arrest Warrant Issued
Citation No.
Date
A1XLRWE
4/10/14
(Physical, Warrant, Grand Jury Indictment, etc.)
Arresting Officer Master Corporal Brian J. Gensler
_
Charge
Trafficking in 14 Grams of Heroin
Statute No.
893.135 (1)(C)(1)
Arrest State Attorney Issued Charges
(Physical, Warrant, Grand Jury Indictment, etc.)
Arresting Officer N/A
Charge
Possession Cocaine Intent to Sell
Statute No.
893.1 3(1 )(A)(1)
Arrest State Attorney Issued Charges
(Physical, Warrant, Grand Jury Indictment, etc.)
Arresting Officer N/A
Charge
Possession of Cannabis
Statute No.
893.1 3(6)(B)
Arrest State Attorney Issued Charges
(Physical, Warrant, Grand Jury Indictment, etc.)
Arresting Officer N/A
Citation No.
Date
Citation No.
Date
Citation No.
Date
N/A
5/12/14
N/A
5/12/14
N/A
5/12/14
ADDITIONAL COMMENTS
Case Number FHP714-07-023
Page
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FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL
SWORN WITNESS INTERVIEW
I, Master Corporal Brian J. Gensler
of the Florida Highway Patrol
am conducting a criminal investigation.
This interview is being conducted at 4872 Tangerine Avenue, Winter Park, FL 32782
(Location)
Today’s date is 7/1/14
. The time is 3:03
or H]PM
Persons present at this interview are: Myself and Abbeba A. Cameron
The name of the person being interviewed is: Abbeba A. Cameron
Driver License/Identification Card Number:
State: FL
This sworn interview is being taken in relation to case number: Traffic Fatality Case
OATH
This will be a sworn, recorded interview taken by a law enforcement officer pursuant to section
11 7.1 0 F.S.S. Please raise your right hand. Do you swear or affirm that the statement you are
about to give will be the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth?
__
Yes, I so swear or affirm.
/s/ Abbeba A. Cameron
Abbeba A. Cameron
Please state your name:
your
Please state
address:
Please state your telephone number: Home: _N/A
Please state your work telephone number:
Citgo Express
Please state your place of employment:
Cell:
970 State Road 436, Casselberry, FL 32707
INTERVIEW
Time interview concluded
HPM
3:09
CERTIFICATION
The undersigned law enforcement officer acknowledges taking and being present during this
interview.
This interview was recorded on:
of tape
Side
IS]Digital File:
Abbeba A. Cameron
Interviewing Officer
Master Corporal Brian J. Gensler
Page 1 of 1
Case Number:
TTTTTt
FHP714-07-023
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FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL
SWORN WITNESS INTERVIEW
I,
of the Florida Highway Patrol
Corporal Daphne Yuncker
am conducting a criminal investigation.
This interview is being conducted at 5508 Benchmark Lane, Unit 112, Sanford, FL 32773
(Location)
. The time is
Today’s date is 4/10/14
or H]PM
Persons present at this interview are: Myself, Joseph Anthony Holland
The name of the person being interviewed is: Joseph Anthony Holland
FL
State: _
Driver License/Identification Card Number:
This sworn interview is being taken in relation to case number: FHP714-07-023
OATH
This will be a sworn, recorded interview taken by a law enforcement officer pursuant to section
117.10 F.S.S. Please raise your right hand. Do you swear or affirm that the statement you are
about to give will be the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth?
3:25
Yes, I so swear or affirm.
Is/ Joseph Anthony Holland
Joseph Anthony Holland
Please state your name:
Please state your address:
Cell:
Please state your telephone number: Home: _N/A
Please state your work telephone number: (407)314-7156
Holland's Towing + Recovery
Please state your place of employment:
1057 Fisherman's Drive
Osteen, FL 32764
INTERVIEW
Time interview concluded
SgPM
3:36
CERTIFICATION
The undersigned law enforcement officer acknowledges taking and being present during this
interview.
This interview was recorded on:
of tape
Side
[H] Digital File:
Joseph Anthony Holland
Interviewing Officer
Corporal Daphne Yuncker
Page 1 of 1
Case Number:
FHP714-07-023
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FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL
SWORN WITNESS INTERVIEW
I,
of the Florida Highway Patrol
Corporal Daphne Yuncker
am conducting a criminal investigation.
This interview is being conducted at
(Location)
Today’s date is 04/10/14
. The time is 3:45
or gPM
Persons present at this interview are: Myself, Anthony Harvey Rhodes
The name of the person being interviewed is: Anthony Harvey Rhodes
Driver License/Identification Card Number:
State: FL
This sworn interview is being taken in relation to case number: FHP714-07-023
OATH
_
This will be a sworn, recorded interview taken by a law enforcement officer pursuant to section
117.10 F.S.S. Please raise your right hand. Do you swear or affirm that the statement you are
about to give will be the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth?
Yes, I SO swear or affirm.
/si Anthony Flarvey Rhodes
Anthony Flarvey Rhodes
Please state your name:
Please state your address:
Please state your telephone number: Home: _N/A
Please state your work telephone number: (407) 314-5831
Rhodes Auto Works
Please state your place of employment:
5508 Benchmark Lane, Unit 112, DeBary, FL 32713
INTERVIEW
Time interview concluded
gPM
4:10
CERTIFICATION
The undersigned law enforcement officer acknowledges taking and being present during this
interview.
This interview was recorded on:
of tape
Side
[S] Digital File:
Anthony Flarvey Rhodes
Interviewing officer
Corporal Daphne Yuncker
Page 1 of 1
Case Number: FHP714-07-023
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FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL
SWORN WITNESS INTERVIEW
I, Corporal Daphne Yuncker
am conducting a criminal investigation.
This interview is being conducted at
of the Florida Highway Patrol
(Location)
Today’s date is 4/10/14
. The time is 3:10
or [D PM
Persons present at this interview are: Myself, Joseph Aien Holland
The name of the person being interviewed is: Joseph Aien Holland
Driver License/Identification Card Number:
State: FL
FHP71
4-07-023
This sworn interview is being taken in relation to case number:
OATH
This will be a sworn, recorded interview taken by a law enforcement officer pursuant to section
11 7.1 0 F.S.S . Please raise your right hand. Do you swear or affirm that the statement you are
about to give will be the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth?
Yes, I so swear or affirm.
Isl Joseph Aien Holland
Joseph Aien Holland
Please state your name:
Please state your address:
Cell:
Please state your telephone number: Home: JJ/A
•
(407)
782-5531
Please state your work telephone number:
Holland's Towing + Recovery
Please state your place of employment:
_
1057 Fisherman Drive
Osteen, FL 32764
INTERVIEW
Time interview concluded
HPM
3:22
CERTIFICATION
The undersigned law enforcement officer acknowledges taking and being present during this
interview.
This interview was recorded on:
of tape
Side
[S] Digital File:
Joseph Aien Holland
Interviewing Officer
Corporal Daphne Yuncker
Page 1 of 1
Case Number:
UUD EMDATT
FHP714-07-023
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FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL
SWORN WITNESS INTERVIEW
I, Master Corporal Albert Pratts
am conducting a criminal investigation.
This interview is being conducted at
of the Florida Highway Patrol
(Location)
Today’s date is 4/26/14
. The time is 9:07
or BPM
Persons present at this interview are: Myself, Dennis Anthony Dickquist
The name of the person being interviewed is: Dennis Anthony Dickquist
Driver License/Identification Card Number:
State: FL
This sworn interview is being taken in relation to case number: FHP714-07-023
OATH
This will be a sworn, recorded interview taken by a law enforcement officer pursuant to section
117.10 F.S.S. Please raise your right hand. Do you swear or affirm that the statement you are
about to give will be the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth?
Yes, I SO swear or affirm.
/s/ Dennis Anthony Dickquist
Dennis Anthony Dickquist
Please state your name:
Please state your address:
Please state your telephone number: Home:
Please state your work telephone number: N/A
Retired
Please state your place of employment:
Cell:
INTERVIEW
Time interview concluded
@PM
9:18
CERTIFICATION
The undersigned law enforcement officer acknowledges taking and being present during this
interview.
This interview was recorded on:
I [Tape: Side
HI Digital File:
of tape
Dennis Anthony Dickquist
Interviewing Officer
Master Corporal Albert Pratts
Page 1 of 1
Case Number:
FHP714-07-023
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FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL
SWORN WITNESS INTERVIEW
I, Master Corporal Brian J. Gensler
of the Florida Highway Patrol
am conducting a criminal investigation.
This interview is being conducted at Colonial High School, 6100 Oleander Drive, Orlando, FL 32807
(Location)
Today’s date is 5/16/14
. The time is 10:08
or HPM
Persons present at this interview are: Casey ian Calhoun
The name of the person being interviewed is: Casey lan Calhoun
Driver License/Identification Card Number: _ State: _FL_
This sworn interview is being taken in relation to case number: Traffic Fatality Crash
OATH
This will be a sworn, recorded interview taken by a law enforcement officer pursuant to section
117.10 F.S.S. Please raise your right hand. Do you swear or affirm that the statement you are
about to give will be the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth?
_
Yes, I so swear or affirm.
/s/ Casey lan Calhoun
_
Casey lan Calhoun
Please state your name:
Please state your address:
Please state your telephone number: Home: _N/A
Cell:
Please state your work telephone number:
Orange County Public Schools at Colonial High School
Please state your place of employment:
6100 Oleander Drive, Orlando, FL 32807
INTERVIEW
Time interview concluded
10:20
HAM
QPM
CERTIFICATION
The undersigned law enforcement officer acknowledges taking and being present during this
interview.
This interview was recorded on:
of tape
Side
H DigiM File:
Casey lan Calhoun
Interviewing Officer
Master Corporal Brian J. Gensler
Page 1 of 1
Case Number:
T7XJT> DMDrm
FHP714-07-023
Page
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FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL
SWORN WITNESS INTERVIEW
I, Senior Corporal Kristen Neutzling
am conducting a criminal investigation.
This interview is being conducted at
of the Florida Highway Patrol
(Location)
Today’s date is 4/15/14
. The time is 8:00
or HPM
Persons present at this interview are: Myself, Donna Brashears and David Brashears
The name of the person being interviewed is:
Driver License/Identification Card Number:
State: FL
This sworn interview is being taken in relation to case number: FHP71 4-07-023
OATH
This will be a sworn, recorded interview taken by a law enforcement officer pursuant to section
1 17.10 F.S.S. Please raise your right hand. Do you swear or affirm that the statement you are
about to give will be the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth?
_
Yes, I so swear or affirm.
/si Donna Brashears
Donna Brashears
Please state your name:
Please state your address:
Please state your telephone number: Home: _NIA
Cell:
Please state your work telephone number: (407) 671-3870
KinderCare Learning Center
Please state your place of employment:
_
4035 S. Goldenrod Road, Winter Park, FL 32792
INTERVIEW
Time interview concluded
HjPM
8:10
CERTIFICATION
The undersigned law enforcement officer acknowledges taking and being present during this
interview.
This interview was recorded on:
of tape
Side
[Ml Digital File:
Donna Brashears
Interviewing Officer
Senior Corporal Kristen Neutzling
Page 1 of 1
Case Number: FHP714-07-023
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SWORN WITNESS INTERVIEW
of the Florida Highway Patrol
I, Master Corporal Albert Pratts
am conducting a criminal investigation.
This interview is being conducted at
(Location)
or HPM
. The time is 7:12
Today’s date is 4/10/14
Persons present at this interview are: Myself and Aaron Joseph Dargo
The name of the person being interviewed is: Aaron Joseph Dargo
State: FL
Driver License/Identification Card Number:
This sworn interview is being taken in relation to case number: FHP714-07-023
OATH
This will be a sworn, recorded interview taken by a law enforcement officer pursuant to section
1 1 7. 1 0 F.S.S. Please raise your right hand. Do you swear or affirm that the statement you are
about to give will be the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the tmth?
Yes, I so swear or affirm.
Is! Aaron Joseph Dargo
Aaron Joseph Dargo
Please state your name:
Please state your address:
Please state your telephone number: Home: N/A
Please state your work telephone number: (407) 521-6966
Who Watching TV
Please state your place of employment:
5021 Eggleston Avenue, Suite B, Orlando, FL 32804
INTERVIEW
Time interview concluded
HPM
7:18
CERTIFICATION
The undersigned law enforcement officer acknowledges taking and being present during this
interview.
This interview was recorded on:
of tape
Side
[MlPigital File:
Aaron Joseph Dargo
Interviewing Officer
Master Corporal Albert Pratts
Page 1 of 1
Case Number:
FHP714-07-023
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FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL
SWORN WITNESS INTERVIEW
I,
of the Florida Highway Patrol
Corporal Larry Lawerence
am conducting a criminal investigation.
This interview is being conducted at Enterprise Rent-A-Car, 1970 Semoran Blvd., Winter Park, FL 32790
(Location)
Today’s date is 4/10/14
. The time is 11:25
HAM or DPM
Persons present at this interview are: Eric Austin Hoppes
The name of the person being interviewed is: Eric Austin Hoppes
Driver License/Identification Card Number: JN/A
State: N/A
This sworn interview is being taken in relation to case number: FHP714-07-023
OATH
This will be a sworn, recorded interview taken by a law enforcement officer pursuant to section
1 17.10 F.S.S. Please raise your right hand. Do you swear or affirm that the statement you are
about to give will be the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth?
_
_
Yes, I so swear or affirm.
Is/ Eric Austin Hoppes
_
Eric Austin Hoppes
Please state your name:
Please state your address:
Please state your telephone number: Home: _N/A
Please state your work telephone number: (407) 678-oon_
Enterprise Rent-A-Car
Please state your place of employment:
1970 Semoran Blvd., Suite A, Orlando, FL 32790
INTERVIEW
Time interview concluded
11:34
HAM DPM
CERTIFICATION
The undersigned law enforcement officer acknowledges taking and being present during this
interview.
This interview was recorded on:
QTape: Side
[BlDigital File:
of tape
Eric Austin Hoppes
Interviewing Officer
Corporal Larry Lawerence
Page 1 of 1
Case Number:
FHP714-07-023
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FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL
SWORN WITNESS INTERVIEW
I, Corporal Larry A. Compton
of the Florida Highway Patrol
am conducting a criminal investigation.
This interview is being conducted at State Road 551 at University Blvd.
(Location)
Today’s date is 4/9/14
. The time is 4:14
or HPM
Persons present at this interview are: Dennis A. Pickquist
The name of the person being interviewed is: Dennis A. Pickquist
Driver License/Identification Card Number:
State: FL
This sworn interview is being taken in relation to case number: FHP714-07-023
OATH
This will be a sworn, recorded interview taken by a law enforcement officer pursuant to section
11 7.10 F.S.S. Please raise your right hand. Do you swear or affirm that the statement you are
about to give will be the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth?
_
_
Yes, I SO swear or affirm.
Is! Dennis A. Pickquist
Dennis A. Dickquist
Please state your name:
Please state your address:
Please state your telephone number: Home:
Please state your work telephone number: N/A
Retired
Please state your place of employment:
Cell:
INTERVIEW
Time interview concluded
4:25
HAM DPM
CERTIFICATION
The undersigned law enforcement officer acknowledges taking and being present during this
interview.
This interview was recorded on:
Side
HlPigital File:
of tape
Dennis A. Pickquist
Interviewing Officer Corporal Larry Lawerence
Page 1 of 1
Case Number: FHP714-07-023
rup_™pnr!
Page
11 7
FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL
SWORN WITNESS INTERVIEW
I,
of the Florida Highway Patrol
Corporal Larry A. Compton
am conducting a criminal investigation.
This interview is being conducted at State Road 551 at University Blvd.
(Location)
Today’s date is 4/9/14
. The time is 4:40
or IgPM
Persons present at this interview are: Alan B. Root and Myself
The name of the person being interviewed is: Alan B. Root
Driver License/Identification Card Number:
State: FL
This sworn interview is being taken in relation to case number: FHP714-07-023
OATH
This will be a sworn, recorded interview taken by a law enforcement officer pursuant to section
117.10 F.S.S. Please raise your right hand. Do you swear or affirm that the statement you are
about to give will be the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth?
Yes, I so swear or affirm.
/s/ Alan B. Root
Alan B. Root
Please state your name:
Please state your address:
Please state your telephone number: Home:
Please state your work telephone number:
Please state your place of employment:
N/A
AT&T Wireless
12150 Research Parkway, Orlando, FL
INTERVIEW
Time interview concluded
HPM
4:46
CERTIFICATION
The undersigned law enforcement officer acknowledges taking and being present during this
interview.
This interview was recorded on:
of tape
Side
[Ml Digital File:
Alan B. Root
Interviewing Officer
Corporal Larry A. Compton
Page 1 of 1
Case Number:
FHP714-07-023
Page 1 1 8
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FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL
SWORN WITNESS INTERVIEW
of the Florida Highway Patrol
I, Master Corporal Brian J. Gensler
am conducting a criminal investigation.
This interview is being conducted at Goldenrod Road N. of University Blvd.
(Location)
or gPM
_
Today’s date is
. The time is
Persons present at this interview are: Joel Rosado
The name of the person being interviewed is: Joel Rosado
Driver License/Identification Card Number: Unknown
This sworn interview is being taken in relation to case number:
OATH
4:30
4/9/14
State:
FL
FHP71 4-07-023
This will be a sworn, recorded interview taken by a law enforcement officer pursuant to section
11 7. 1 0 F.S.S. Please raise your right hand. Do you swear or affirm that the statement you are
about to give will be the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth?
Yes, I so swear or affirm.
/s/ Joel Rosado
Joel Rosado
Please state your name:
Please state your address:
Please state your telephone number: Home:
Please state your work telephone number:
Please state your place of employment:
N/A
Unknown
Independent Work, Carpenter
INTERVIEW
Time interview concluded
gPM
4:35
CERTIFICATION
The undersigned law enforcement officer acknowledges taking and being present during this
interview.
This interview was recorded on:
of tape
Side
gDigital File:
Joel Rosado
Interviewing Officer
Master Corporal Brian J. Gensler
Page 1 of 1
Case Number:
FHP714-07-023
Page
119
: SI, 333
FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL
SWORN WITNESS INTERVIEW
I, Master Corporal Brian J. Gensler
am conducting a criminal investigation.
This interview is being conducted at Goldenrod Road
of the Florida Highway Patrol
N. of University Blvd.
(Location)
_
4:41
Today’s date is 4/9/14
. The time is _
or BPM
Persons present at this interview are: Ronney Avellan
The name of the person being interviewed is: Ronney Avellan
Driver License/Identification Card Number: Unknown
State:
This sworn interview is being taken in relation to case number: FHP714-07-023
OATH
This will be a sworn, recorded interview taken by a law enforcement officer pursuant to section
117.10 F.S.S. Please raise your right hand. Do you swear or affirm that the statement you are
about to give will be the tmth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth?
_
_
Yes, I so swear or affirm.
Isl Ronney Aveiian
_
Please state your name:
Please state your address:
Please state your telephone number: Home: _N/A
Please state your work telephone number: (
Cell:
_
N/A
Mike Harrison Contractor
INTERVIEW
Time interview concluded
HPM
4:45
CERTIFICATION
The undersigned law enforcement officer acknowledges taking and being present during this
interview.
This interview was recorded on:
of tape
Side
[H]Digital File:
Ronney Avellan
Interviewing Officer
Master Corporal Brian J. Gensler
Page 1 of 1
Case Number: FHP714-07-023
UEJD r\TOm'2
Page
1 20
: 0133S
FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL
SWORN WITNESS INTERVIEW
I, Master Corporal Brian J. Gensler
am conducting a criminal investigation.
This interview is being conducted at
of the Florida Highway Patrol
(Location)
Today’s date is 4/9/14
. The time is 5:59
or HEM
Lachmin
Persaud
Persons present at this interview are:
The name of the person being interviewed is: Lachmin Persaud
Driver License/Identification Card Number:
State: FL
This sworn interview is being taken in relation to case number: FHP714-07-023
OATH
This will be a sworn, recorded interview taken by a law enforcement officer pursuant to section
11 7. 1 0 F.S.S. Please raise your right hand. Do you swear or affirm that the statement you are
about to give will be the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the tmth?
_
_
Yes, I so swear or affirm.
Please state your name:
Please state your address:
Please state your telephone n
/s/ Lachmin Persaud
_
N/A
INTERVIEW
Time interview concluded
H]PM
6:06
CERTIFICATION
The undersigned law enforcement officer acknowledges taking and being present during this
interview.
This interview was recorded on:
of tape
Side
[jB]Digital File:
Lachmin Persaud
Interviewing Officer
Master Corpora! Brian J, Gensler
Page 1 of 1
Case Number:
FHP-FT'JPOO't
FHP714-07-023
Page
1 21
8133f?
FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL
SWORN WITNESS INTERVIEW
I, Corporal Daphne Yuncker
am conducting a criminal investigation.
This interview is being conducted at
of the Florida Highway Patrol
(Location)
. The time is
Today’s date is
HAM or DPM
Persons present at this interview are: Myself, Mindy Wilson
The name of the person being interviewed is: Mindy Wilson
Driver License/Identification Card Number:
State: FL
This sworn interview is being taken in relation to case number: FHP71 4-07-023
OATH
This will be a sworn, recorded interview taken by a law enforcement officer pursuant to section
117.10 F.S.S. Please raise your right hand. Do you swear or affirm that the statement you are
about to give will be the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth?
_
11:25
5/1/14
_
Yes, I so swear or affirm.
Isl Mindy Wilson
Mindy Wilson
Please state your name:
Please state your address:
Please state your telephone number: Home: _N/A
Please state your work telephone number: (407)207-5148
Greenway Dodge
Please state your place of employment:
9051 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL
INTERVIEW
Time interview concluded
gPM
11:28
CERTIFICATION
The undersigned law enforcement officer acknowledges taking and being present during this
interview.
This interview was recorded on:
of tape
Side
|S]Digital File:
Mindy Wilson
Interviewing Officer
Corporal Daphne Yuncker
Page 1 of 1
Case Number: FHP714-07-023
DUD TTKTOM'l
Page
122
: SI 333
FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL
SWORN WITNESS INTERVIEW
I,
of the Florida Highway Patrol
Corporal Josue U. Mora
am conducting a criminal investigation.
This interview is being conducted at
(Location)
Today’s date is 4/16/14
. The time is 1:42
or HlPM
Persons present at this interview are: Myself, Thomas Schoendorf, Adam Paul Philpott
The name of the person being interviewed is: Thomas Schoedorf
Driver License/Identification Card Number:
State: FL
This sworn interview is being taken in relation to case number: FHP714-07-023
OATH
This will be a sworn, recorded interview taken by a law enforcement officer pursuant to section
117.10 F.S.S. Please raise your right hand. Do you swear or affirm that the statement you are
about to give will be the truth, the whole tmth and nothing but the truth?
Yes, I so swear or affinn.
1st Thomas Schoendorf
Please state your name:
Thomas Schoedorf
Please state your address:
Please state your telephone number: Home: (
Please state your work telephone number: (407) 671-3870
Kindercare Learning Center
Please State your place of employment:
4035 Goidenrod Road, Winter Park, FL 32765
INTERVIEW
Time interview concluded
SPM
2:04
CERTIFICATION
The undersigned law enforcement officer acknowledges taking and being present during this
interview.
This interview was recorded on:
Side
g Digital File:
of tape
Thomas Schoendorf
Interviewing Officer
Corporal Josue U. Mora
Page 1 of 1
Case Number:
FHP714-07-023
Page
1 23
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FHP-FNPim
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FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL
SWORN WITNESS INTERVIEW
I,
of the Florida Highway Patrol
Corporal Josue U. Mora
am conducting a criminal investigation.
This interview is being conducted at 4035 Goidenrod Road
(Location)
. The time is 12:43
Today’s date is 4/16/14
or UPM
Persons present at this interview are: Myself, Sandra Luica McMillen, Adam Paul Philpott
The name of the person being interviewed is: Sandra Lucia McMillen
State: FL
Driver License/Identification Card Number:
This sworn interview is being taken in relation to case number: FHP714-07-023
OATH
This will be a sworn, recorded interview taken by a law enforcement officer pursuant to section
117.10 F.S.S. Please raise your right hand. Do you swear or affirm that the statement you are
about to give will be the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth?
Yes, I so swear or affirm.
1st Sandra Lucia McMillen
Sandra Lucia McMillen
Please state your name:
your
Please state
address:
Cell:
Please state your telephone number: Home:
Please state your work telephone number: (407) 671- 3870
Kindercare Learning Center
Please state your place of employment:
N/A
4035 S. Goidenrod Road, Winter Park, FL 32792
INTERVIEW
Time interview concluded
gPM
8:10
CERTIFICATION
The undersigned law enforcement officer acknowledges taking and being present during this
interview.
This interview was recorded on:
of tape
Side
[ÿ(Digital File:
Sandra Lucia McMillen
Interviewing Officer
Corporal Josue U. Mora
Page 1 of 1
Case Number:
FHP714-07-023
Page
1 24
11
FHP-FNP023
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FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL
SWORN WITNESS INTERVIEW
of the Florida Highway Patrol
I, Corporal Josue U. Mora
am conducting a criminal investigation.
This interview is being conducted at 4035 N. Goidenrod Road
(Location)
or HPM
. The time is 1:12
Today’s date is 4/16/14
Lynn
McCurdy,
Philpott
Amy
Paul
Adam
Myself,
Persons present at this interview are:
The name of the person being interviewed is: Amy Lynn McCurdy
State: FL
Driver License/Identification Card Number:
This sworn interview is being taken in relation to case number: FHP714-07-023
OATH
This will be a sworn, recorded interview taken by a law enforcement officer pursuant to section
117.10 F.S.S. Please raise your right hand. Do you swear or affinn that the statement you are
about to give will be the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth?
Yes, I so swear or affirm.
1st Amy Lynn McCurdy
_
Amy Lynn McCurdy
Please state your name:
Please state your address:
Cell:
Please state your telephone number: Home: N/A
(407)671-3870
_
Please state your work telephone number:
Kindercare Learning Center
Please state your place of employment:
_
4035 S. Goidenrod Road, Winter Park, FL 32792
Assistant Director
INTERVIEW
Time interview concluded
H]PM
1:34
CERTIFICATION
The undersigned law enforcement officer acknowledges taking and being present during this
interview.
This interview was recorded on:
of tape
Side
[BjPigital File:
Amy Lynn McCurdy
Interviewing Officer
Corporal Josue
u. Mora
Page 1 of 1
Case N umber:
CUT>_P!\JPfm
FHP714-07-023
Page
1 25
: smsi
FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL
SWORN WITNESS INTERVIEW
I, Master Corporal Brian J. Gensler
am conducting a criminal investigation.
This interview is being conducted at
of the Florida Highway Patrol
FL 32792
(Location)
Today’s date is 4/9/14
. The time is 6:18
or [IjPM
Persons present at this interview are: Seyoum A. Cameron
The name of the person being interviewed is: Seyoum A. Cameron
Driver License/Identification Card Number:
State: FL
This sworn interview is being taken in relation to case number: FHP714-07-023
OATH
This will be a sworn, recorded interview taken by a law enforcement officer pursuant to section
11 7.10 F.S.S. Please raise your right hand. Do you swear or affirm that the statement you are
about to give will be the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth?
_
_
Yes, I SO Swear or affirm.
Isl Seyoum A. Cameron
Please state your name:
Please state your address:
FL 32792
Cell:
N/A
Stonewood Tavern
INTERVIEW
Time interview concluded
HPM
6:25
CERTIFICATION
The undersigned law enforcement officer acknowledges taking and being present during this
interview.
This interview was recorded on:
of tape
Side
[ÿ[Digital File:
Seyoum A. Cameron
Interviewing Officer Master Corporal Brian J. Gensler
Page 1 of 1
Case Number:
FHP-FNP023
FHP714-07-023
Page
1 26
: S1-4SS
FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL
SWORN WITNESS INTERVIEW
I, Corporal Josue U. Mora
of the Florida Highway Patrol
am conducting a criminal investigation.
This interview is being conducted at 4035 N. Goidenrod Road
(Location)
Today’s date is 4/16/14
. The time is 12;1 3
or H]PM
Persons present at this interview are: Myself, Cheryl Davis Bishop, Adam Paul Philpott
The name of the person being interviewed is: Cheryl Davis Bishop
Driver License/Identification Card Number:
State: FL
This sworn interview is being taken in relation to case number: FHP714-07-023
OATH
This will be a sworn, recorded interview taken by a law enforcement officer pursuant to section
1 17.10 F.S.S. Please raise your right hand. Do you swear or affirm that the statement you are
about to give will be the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the tmth?
Yes, I SO swear or affirm.
/s/ Cheryl Davis Bishop
_
Cheryl Davis Bishop
Please state your name:
Please state your address:
Please state your telephone number: Home: _N/A
Cell:
Please state your work telephone number: (407) 671-3870
Kindercare Learning Center
Please state your place of employment:
_
4035 S. Goidenrod Road, Winter Park, FL 32792
INTERVIEW
Time interview concluded
HPM
12:31
CERTIFICATION
The undersigned law enforcement officer acknowledges taking and being present during this
interview.
This interview was recorded on:
of tape
Side
[MjPigital File:
Cheryl Davis Bishop
Interviewing Officer
Master Corporal Brian J. Gensler
Page 1 of 1
Case Number:
PTTP_I7\T prm
FHP714-07-023
Page
1 27
FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL
CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIVE INTERVIEW AND ADVICE OF RIGHTS
I,
of the Florida Highway Patrol
Master Corporal Albert Pratts
am conducting a criminal investigation.
This interview is being conducted at
(Location)
_
Today’s date is 4/9/14 _ The time is 8:52
or HPM
Persons present at this interview are: Myself and Evelyn Rivera Corchado
The name of the person being interviewed is: Evelyn Rivera Corchado
Driver License/Identification Card Number:
State: FL
This sworn interview is being taken in relation to case number: FHP714-07-023
_
At this time I am advising you of your Constitutional Rights.
You have the right to remain silent.
Anything you say can be used against you in court.
You have the right to talk to a lawyer for advice before I ask you any questions and to have
him/her with you during questioning.
If you cannot afford a lawyer, one will be appointed for you, without cost, before any
questioning, if you wish.
If you decide to answer questions now, without a lawyer present, you will still have the right
to stop answering at any time. You also have the right to stop answering at any time to
consult with a lawyer.
Do you understand each of the rights I have explained to you?
Have you previously advised a law enforcement officer that you
would like to talk to a lawyer?
Having these rights in mind, do you wish to make any statements
or answer questions at this time?
UNo
HlYes QNO
Signed:
1st Evelyn Rivera Corchado
Date:
4/9/14
Time:
8:54 PM
Witnessing/Interviewing Officer: Is/ Master Corporal Albert Pratts
Page 1 of 2
Case Number:
FFfP-FWP/m
FHP71 4-07-023
Page 1 28
:
OATH
This will be a sworn, recorded interview taken by a law enforcement officer pursuant to section
1 17.10 F.S.S. Please raise your right hand. Do you swear or affirm that the statement you are
about to give will be the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth?
Yes, I so swear or affirm.
Isl Evelyn Rivera Corchado
Please state your name:
Please state your address:
Please state your telephone number: Home:
Please state your work telephone number:
Please state your place of employment:
_
_
INTERVIEW
Time interview concluded
or
9:05
MPM
CERTIFICATION
The undersigned law enforcement officer acknowledges taking and being present during this
interview.
This interview was recorded on:
of tape
Side
[MjDigital File:
Evelyn Rivera Corchado
Witnessing/Interviewing Officer
Master Corporal Albert Pratts
Page 2 of 2
Case Number:
FFTP-FT'JPn??
FHP714-07-023
Page
129
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FLORIDA TRAFFIC CRASH REPORT
LONG FORM
0
SHORT FORM
Q
UPDATE
Time of Crash |Date of Report
4/9/2014
3:05 PM
Crash Date
4/9/2014
HIGHWAY SAFETY & MOTOR VEHICLES
TRAFFIC CRASH RECORDS
NEIL KIRKMAN BUILDING, TALLAHASSEE, FL 32399-0537
Reporting Agency Case Number HSMV Crash Report Number
FHPD140FF030470
83773522-01
Reporting Agency
FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL
CRASH IDENTIFIERS
County Code City Code
54
7
On Scene Date/Time
4/9/2014 3:15 PM
Within City Limits Reported Date/Time
Place or City of Crash
NO
4/9/2014 3:07 PM
WINTER PARK
Not Complete)
investigation
Complete:
(if
Investigation
Reason
y
County of Crash
ORANGE
Cleared Scene Date/Time
4/9/2014 11 :28 PM
Dispatched Date/Time
4/9/2014 3:11 PM
Notified By
LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY
PENDING THI
NO
ROADWAY INFORMATION
At Street Address #
Crash Occurred on Street, Road, Highway
4035 SR-551 (GOLDENROD ROAD)
Direction
Or Miles
At Feet
N
0.25
'RoaTSystern Identifier
STATE
UNIVERSITY BLVD
Type' ofSrader
CURB
Roadway Surface Condition
DRY
Weather Condition
CLEAR
Light Condition
DAYLIGHT
t- 1 rsT harmful EvemType
hirst
Type of Intersection
NOT AT INTERSECTION
la n ces: Environ merit
School Bus Related
NO
ON ROADWAY
NO
Contributing Circumstances: Environment
(Workers in Work Zone [Law Enforcement in Work Zone
State
Reg. Expires
Permanent Reg. VIN
Hit & Run (by this vehicle; License Number
NO
FL
8/29/2014
YES
Est. Damage Towed Due to Damage Vehicle Removed By
Color
Extent of Damage
800 NO
FUNCTIONAL
SIL
_
Permanent Reg.
NO
Permanent Reg.
Reg. Expires
One
State
License Number
Reg. Expires
State Zip Code Phone Number/s )
FL 32733-000!
Make
VIN
[Year
Make
length Axles
40
Haz
Trailer Type (Trailer Two)
Mat. NumBef
n
BJEE££|Q
a
Haz. Mat. Class
Vehicle Body type
(SPORT) UTILITY VEHICLE
Vehicle Defects (one)
NONE
Trafficway
TWO-WAY, DIVIDED, POSITIVE
MEDIAN BARRIER
Second (2) Sequence of Events
Traffic Control Device for this Vehicle First (1} Sequence of Events
Overturn
Q
Windshield
CD
CD
Trailer
State
Vehicle Defects (two)
Roadway Alignment
STRAIGHT
Roadway Grade
LEVEL
4
Undercarriage f~]
***** CU
City
Address Other
Total Lanes
45
Most Damaged Area
US DOT Number
Motor Carrier Name
Motor Carrier Address
Posted Speed
Area of Initial Impact
Trailer Type (Trailer One)
Haz. Mat. Release [ Haz Mat Placard
NO CONTROLS
Length I Axles
At Est. Speed
GOLDENROD ROAD NS
Cargo Body Type
Comm GVWR/GCWR
Vehicle Maneuver Action
STRAIGHT AHEAD
[Year
On Street, Road, Highway
Traveling
CMV Configuration
Comm/Non-Commerciai
VIN
NO
Two
Direction
NORTH
Rotation
'Insurance Policy Number
City
PO
Trailer
DRIVEWAY/ALLEY ACCESS RELATED
Contributing Circumstances: Environment
Current Address
Vehicle
hirst Harmful Event's Relation to'JunciToff
Contributln~g~Lircumstances: Road
Type of Work Zone
Q Commercial Motor Vehicle
Vehicle Motor Vehicle Type
MOTOR VEHICLE IN TRANSPORT
V01
Style
Model
Year
Make
4D
DURANGO
DODG
2005
Insurance Company
ALLSTATE INS.
FRONT TO REAR
Within interchange
Contributing Circumstances: Road
[Crash in Work Zone
VEHICLE
Manner of Collision
First Harmful Event Location
Harmful Event Detail
MOTOR VEHICLE IN TRANSPORT
COLLISION WITH PERSON, MOTOR
VEHICLE, OR NON-FIXED OBJECT
Contributing Circumstances : Road
NONE
Work Zone Related
NO
And Longitude
W 81 17.1879
Or From Milepost Number
N 28 35.9023
PI Pictures Taken
CRASH INFORMATION
Tÿontn
NONE
At Latitude
F rom ’intersection WitR,c$treei, Road, Highway
I
Zip Code
Phone Number
Emergency Vehicle Use Special Function of MV
NO
NO SPECIAL FUNCTION
Most Harmful Event
COLLISION NON-FIXED
OBJECT
Third (3) Sequence of Events
COLLISION NON-FIXED OBJECT
Most Harmful Event Detail
MOTOR VEHICLE IN TRANSPORT
Fourth (4) Sequence of Events
MOTOR VEHICLE IN TRANSPORT
Q Commercial Motor Vehicle
Vehicle Motor Vehicle Type
MOTOR VEHICLE IN TRANSPORT
V02
Style
Model
Year Make
CV
TOYOT
SOLARA
2006
VEHICLE
fhsufance Company
_
State
Reg. Expires
Permanent Reg. VIN
Hit & Run (by this vehicle) License Number
FL
NO
NO
6/24/2015
Est. Damage Towed Due to Damage Vehicle Removed By
Extent of Damage
Color
4,000 YES
A AND A TOWING
FUNCTIONAL
BLK
Insurance Policy Number
GEICO INS.
Trailer
License Number
_
State
Reg. Expires
Permanent Reg. IVIN
NO
Reg. Expires
Permanent Reg.
Traveling
Direction
NORTH
VIN
State Zip Code Phone Number(s)
FL 32792-931*
Make
Year
Length Axles
Year
Length Axles
Make
NO
Two
Vehicle
Rotation
ROTATION
On Street, Road, Highway
GOLDENROD ROAD NB
At Est. Speed
30
Posted Speed
45
Total Lanes
4
- ©m
Crash Date
4/9/2014
Ti me of Crash
3:05 PM
Date of Report
Reporting Agency Case Number HSMV Crash Report Number
FHPD140FF030470
83773522-01
Reporting Agency
FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL
4/9/2014
Cargo Body Type
CMV Configuration
Area of initial impact
nFPPP
Trailer Type (Trailer Two}
Trailer Type (Trailer One)
Comm GVWR/GCWR
Haz. Mat. Class
Haz. Mat. Number
Vehicle Body Type
PASSENGER CAR
Vehicle # Name
ROBERT ALEX CORCHADO
V01
Condition at Time of Crash
OTHER, EXPLAIN IN NARRATIVE
State
FL
Expires
12/08/2021
CLASS E/ OPERATOR
NOT DEPLOYED
Motor Vehicle Seating Position: Seat
Ejection
NOT EJECTED
Driver ReExam
NO
Phone Number
Driver Vision Obstructions
Suspected Alcohol Use [ Alcohol Tested
UNKNOWN
TEST NOT GIVEN
Source of Transport to Medical Facility
NOT TRANSPORTED
DRIVER
Phone Number
VISION NOT OBSCURED
Driver Actions at Time of Crash 2 (based on judgement of investigation officer)
NOT DISTRACTED
Driver Actions at Time of Crash 1 (based on judgement of investigation officer)
OPERATED MOTOR VEHICLE IN CARELESS OR NEGLIGENT MANNER
Driver Actions at Time of Crash 3 (based on judgement of investigation officer)
Person Type
Zip Code
Required Endorsements
NO REQUIRED ENDORSEMENTS
Helmet Use
Eye Protection
NOT APPLICABLE
Motor Vehicle Seating Position: Other
Driver Distracted By
2
'ÿ[ÿfnEFn 'LT
n
Address
7309 GRAND AVE, WINTER PARK FL 32792
Type
LEFT
FRONT
.
Emergency Vehicle Use|Special Function of MV
NO
NO SPECIAL FUNCTION
Injury Severity
NONE
Air Bag Deployed
Restraint Systems
SHOULDER AND LAP BELT USED
Motor Vehicle Seating Position: Row
PERSON RECORD
nlDlDRD
® P;
CU
PEDESTRIAN
OTHER FIXED OBJECT
PERSON RECORD
DRIVER
Date of Birth
Sex
M
12/08/1985
Driver License Number
Most Damaged Area
Most Harmful Event
Most Harmful Event Detail
COLLISION NON-FIXED
PEDESTRIAN
OBJECT
Third (3) Sequence of Events
Fourth (4) Sequence of Events
COLLISION NON-FIXED OBJECT
Trafficway
MOTOR VEHICLE IN TRANSPORT
Trailer
State
Vehicle Detects (two)
Vehicle Defects (one)
NONE
Roadway Alignment
Roadway Grade
STRAIGHT
TWO-WAY, DIVIDED, POSITIVE LEVEL
MEDIAN BARRIER
Second (2) Sequence of Events
Traffic Control Device for this Vehicle First ( 1 } Sequence of Events
COLLISION NON-FIXED OBJECT
COLLISION WITH FIXED OBJECT
NO CONTROLS
Person Type
Overturn
n
City
Address Other
Motor Carrier Address
1
Q
*u\o In lain
US DOT Number
Motor Carrier Name
Vehicle Maneuver Action
TURNING RIGHT
_
Undercarriage |~1
Windshield
haz. Mat. Release jHaz Mat Placard
Co mm/Non- Co mme rci a I
EH
|2
Alcohol Test Type
Driver Actions at Time of Crash 4 (based on judgement of investigation officer)
BATT
Alcohol Test Result
EMS Agency Name or ID
Vehicle # Name
ALBERT DEAN CAMPBELL
V02
Condition at Time of Crash
APPARENTLY NORMAL
Type
CLASS E/ OPERATOR
Air Bag Deployed
NOT DEPLOYED
Motor Vehicle Seating Position: Seat
Driver License Number
Restraint Systems
SHOULDER AND LAP BELT USED
Motor Vehicle Seating Position: Row
LEFT
FRONT
Driver Distracted By
NOT DISTRACTED
Driver Actions at Time of Crash 1 (based on judgement of investigation officer)
OTHER CONTRIBUTING ACTION
Driver Actions at Time of Crash 3 (based on judgement of investigation officer)
Suspected Alcohol Use j Alcohol Tested
NO
TEST GIVEN
Source of Transport to Medical Facility
NOT TRANSPORTED
Suspected
Drug Use
UNKNOWN
EMS Run Number
Injury Severity
NONE
Drug Tested
TEST NOT GIVEN
Medical Facility Transported To
Drug Test Type
Drug Test Result
Ejection
NOT EJECTED
Driver ReExam
NO
Endorsements
ENDORSEMENTS
UIRED
Helmet Use
Eye Protection
NOT APPLICABLE
Motor Vehicle Seating Position: Other
Driver Vision Obstructions
VISION NOT OBSCURED
Driver Actions at Time of Crash 2 (based on judgement of investigation officer)
Driver Actions at Time of Crash 4 (based
on judgement of investigation
'A]co'h6rTe$r?ype
Suspected Drug Use
Drug Tested
BAG
Drug Test type
Alcohol Test Result
NO
BLOOD
TEST GIVEN
PENDING
BLOOD
EMS Run Number
Medical Facility Transported To
EMS Agency Name or ID
officer)
Drug Test Result
PENDING
PERSON RECORD
Injury Severity
Vehicle # Name
Ejection
Person Type
NONE
KIMBERLY BAILEY CAMPBELL
PASSENGER
NOT EJECTED
V02
ex
Date of Birth
A
06/24/1960
Helmet Use
Eye Protection
Restraint Systems
SHOULDER AND LAP BELT USED
NOT APPLICABLE
Seating
Vehicle
Vehicle
Motor
Seating
Motor
'Position: Other
Position: Seat
Motor Vehicle Seating Position: Row
RIGHT
FRONT
“EM’S Agency Name or id
Medical Facility Transported To
EMS Run Number
Source of transport to Medical Facility
#•
3
NOT TRANSPORTED
PERSON RECORD
Name
Injury Severity
Non-Mo to ri st # Pers on T ype
LILY QUINTUS
NM01
INON-MOTORIST / OTHER PEDESTRIAN
FATALfWITHIN 30 DAYS)
Acjd ress
Sex
Date of Birth
Phone Number
F
03/02/2010
Non Motorist Location at Time of Crash
Non Motorist action l Circumstance Prior To Crash
OTHER, EXPLAIN IN NARRATIVE
OTHER, EXPLAIN IN NARRATIVE
Non Motorist Action / Circumstance at Time of Crash 2
Non Motorist Action / Circumstance at Time of Crash 1
NO IMPROPER ACTION
Non Motorist Safety Equipment 2
Non Motorist Safety Equipment 1
NONE
Suspected Drug Use
Drug Tested
Drug’ Test Type
BAG
Alcohol Test Result
Suspected Alcohol Use Alcohol Tested
urug lest Result
[AfcohoTTest Type
NO
TEST NOT GIVEN
NO
TEST NOT GIVEN
Medical Facility Transported To
EMS Agency Name or ID
EMS Run Number
Source of Transport to Medical Facility
ARNOLD PALMER HOSPITAL
OCFR
30820
EMS
#
4
_
_
:$b
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Crash Date
4/9/2014
Time of Crash
3:05 PM
Date of Birth
02/10/2011
Date of Report
4/9/2014
Reporting Agency
Reporting Agency Case Number JHSMV Crash Report Number
FHPD140FF030470
FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL
Sex
Address
F
461 MOHAVE TERREC, ORLANDO FL 32746
Non Motorist action / Circumstance Prior To Crash
OTHER, EXPLAIN IN NARRATIVE
Non Motorist Action / Circumstance at Time of Crash 1
NO IMPROPER ACTION
Non Motorist Safety Equipment 1
_
_
NONE
Suspected Alcohol Use|Aicohol I ested
TEST NOT GIVEN
NO
Source of Transport to Medical Facility
l
Alcohol test Type
Phone Number
Non Motorist Location at Time of Crash
OTHER, EXPLAIN IN NARRATIVE
Non Motorist Action / Circumstance at Time of Crash 2
Non Motorist Safety Equipment 2
Aicohol Test Result
BAC
Suspected Drug
NO
EMS Agency Name or ID
OCFR
EMS
83773522-01
EMS Run Number
30820
use
Drug Tested
TEST NOT GIVEN
Medical Facility Transported To
ARNOLD PALMER HOSPITAL
Drug Test Type
Drug Test Result
PERSON RECORD
Name
Non-Motorist # Person Type
injury Severity
KALEB INFANTE
NON-MOTORIST / OTHER PEDESTRIAN
NM03
INCAPACITATING
Sex
Date of Birth
Phone Number
12/23/2009
M
Non Motorist Location at Time of Crash
Non Motorist action / Circumstance Prior To Crash
OTHER, EXPLAIN IN NARRATIVE
QTHER, EXPLAIN IN NARRATIVE
Non Motorist Action / Circumstance at Time of Crash 2
Non Motorist Action / Circumstance at Time of Crash 1
OTHER, EXPLAIN IN NARRATIVE
Non Motorist Safety Equipment 2
Non Motorist Safety Equipment 1
NONE
Suspected Drug use
BAC
Drug Tested
Suspected Alcohol Use AicolioTTesteS
|Alcohol Test T ype
Drug lest Type
[Alcchof Test Result
Drug lest Result
NO
TEST NOT GIVEN
TEST NOT GIVEN
NO
EMS Run Number
EMS Agency Name or ID
Source of Transport to Medical Facility
Medical Facility Transported To
ARNOLD PALMER HOSPITAL
EMS
30820
OCFR
#
6
_
'
PERSON RECORD
n Non-Motorist # Person Type
NON-MOTORIST / OTHER PEDESTRIAN
NM04
Sex
Date of Birth
M
05/11/2010
Non Motorist action / Circumstance Prior To Crash
OTHER, EXPLAIN IN NARRATIVE
Non Motorist Action / Circumstance at Time of Crash 1
NO IMPROPER ACTION
Non Motorist Safety Equipment 1
NONE
Name
Suspected Alcohol Use Alcohol Tested
TEST NOT GIVEN
NO
Source of Transport to Medical Facility
AfcoFiol Test type
Phone Number
Non Motorist Safely Equipment 2
Alcohol Test Result
BAC
Orugiested
Drug
TEST NOT GIVEN
Medical Facility Transported To
ARNOLD PALMER HOSPITAL
Suspected Drug Use
NO
EMS Run Number
30820
PERSON RECORD
#
8
NON-INCAPACITATING
Non Motorist Location at Time of Crash
OTHER, EXPLAIN IN NARRATIVE
Non Motorist Action / Circumstance at Time of Crash 2
EMS Agency Name or ID
OCFR
EMS
Injury Severity
DANE KELLEY
7
'Name
Non-Motorist# Person Type
Test Type
Urug Test Result
injury Severity
JADE LAWRENCE
NON-INCAPACITATING
Sex
Date of Birth
Phone Number
F
03/23/2010
Non Motorist Location at Time of Crash
Non Motorist action / Circumstance Prior To Crash
OTHER, EXPLAIN IN NARRATIVE
OTHER, EXPLAIN IN NARRATIVE
Non Motorist Action / Circumstance at Time of Crash 2
Non Motorist Action / Circumstance at Time of Crash 1
NO IMPROPER ACTION
Non Motorist Safety Equipment 2
Non Motorist Safety Equipment 1
NONE
Suspected Drug Use
Suspected ATcohorUse Alcohol Tested
BAC
Aicohol Test Type
Drug Tested
Aicohol Test Result
Drug Test Type
Drug 'j est Result
NO
NO
TEST NOT GIVEN
TEST NOT GIVEN
EMS Run Number
EMS Agency Name or ID
Medical Facility Transported To
Source of Transport to Medical Facility
OCFR
ARNOLD PALMER HOSPITAL
30820
EMS
NM05
NON-MOTORIST / OTHER PEDESTRIAN
_
_____
PERSON RECORD
Name
Non-Motorist # Person Type
ELIJAH TORRES-LOGAN
NON-MOTORIST / OTHER PEDESTRIAN
NM06
Sex
Date of Birth
Address
03/25/2010
M
Non Motorist Location at Time of Crash
Non Motorist action / Circumstance Prior To Crash
OTHER, EXPLAIN IN NARRATIVE
OTHER, EXPLAIN IN NARRATIVE
Non Motorist Action / Circumstance at Time of Crash 2
Non Motorist Action / Circumstance at Time of Crash 1
NO IMPROPER ACTION
Non Motorist Safety Equipment 2
Non Motorist Safety Equipment 1
NONE
BAC
Suspected Drug Use
Suspected AicohoTUse j Aicohol Tested
Alcohol Test Result
Drug Tested
[Alcohol Test Type
NO
NO
TEST NOT GIVEN
TEST NOT GIVEN
EMS Run Number
Medical Facility Transported To
EMS Agency Name or ID
Source of Transport to Medical Facility
OCFR
ARNOLD PALMER HOSPITAL
030470
EMS
#
9
Injury Severity
NON-INCAPACITATING
Phone Number
_
PERSON RECORD
Name
RICHARD RIVERA
#
Non-Motorist # Person Type
NON-MOTORIST / OTHER PEDESTRIAN
10 NM07
Sex
Address
Date of Birth
M
09/08/2008
Non Motorist action / Circumstance Prior To Crash
OTHER, EXPLAIN IN NARRATIVE
Non Motorist Action / Circumstance at Time of Crash 1
NO IMPROPER ACTION
Non Motorist Safety Equipment 1
_
NONE
Suspected Alcohol
NO
Use' j' Alcohol Tested
TEST NOT GIVEN
Source of Transport to Medical Facility
EMS
{'Alcohol
Test Type
Test Type
test Result
injury Severity
_
INCAPACITATING
Phone Number
Non Motorist Location at Time of Crash
OTHER, EXPLAIN IN NARRATIVE
Non Motorist Action / Circumstance at Time of Crash 2
Non Motorist Safety Equipment 2
Alcohoi Test Result
EMS Agency Name or ID
OCFR
BAC
Drug Tested
"Drug
TEST NOT GIVEN
Medical Facility Transported To
ARNOLD PALMER HOSPITAL'
Suspected Drug Use
NO
EMS Run Number
030470
Vest Type
Drug t est Result
PERSON RECORD
#
11
Non-Motorist # Person Type
NON-MOTORIST / OTHER PEDESTRIAN
Sex
NM08
Date of Birth
02/28/2010
F
Non Motorist action / Circumstance Prior To Crash
OTHER, EXPLAIN IN NARRATIVE
Name
JAMIE DUNA
Injury Severity
NON-INCAPACITATING
Phone Number
Non Motorist Location at Time of Crash
OTHER, EXPLAIN IN NARRATIVE
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Time of Crash
3:05 PM
Crash Date
4/9/2014
(Date of Report
4/9/2014
Suspected Alcohol Use Alcohol Tested
NO
TEST NOT GIVEN
Source of Transport to Medical Facility
EMS
Alcohol Test Type
Alcohol Test Result
EMS Agency Name or ID
FHPD140FF030470
8AC
Suspected Drug Use
NO
EMS Run Number
030470
PERSON RECORD
_
83773522-01
Drug Test Type
Drug Tested
TEST NOT GIVEN
Drug Test Result
Medical Facility Transported To
ARNOLD PALMER HOSPITAL
Name
MEKAYLAHEALY
#
Non-Motorist # Person Type
NON-MOTORIST / OTHER PEDESTRIAN
12 NM09
Sex
Date of Birth
F
09/18/2008
Non Motorist action / Circumstance Prior To Crash
OTHER, EXPLAIN IN NARRATIVE
Non Motorist Action / Circumstance at Time of Crash 1
_
Reporting Agency Case Number HSMV Crash Report Number
Reporting Agency
FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL
Injury Severity
NONE
Phone Number
Non Motorist Location at Time of Crash
OTHER, EXPLAIN IN NARRATIVE
Non Motorist Action / Circumstance at Time of Crash 2
NO IMPROPER ACTION
Non Motorist Safety Equipment 2
Non Motorist Safety Equipment 1
NONE
Suspected Drug Use [Drug Tested
BAC
(Drug Vest Type
Suspected Alcohol Use Alcohol Tested
Aicohol Test Result
Alcohol Test Type
NO
TEST NOT GIVEN
NO
TEST NOT GIVEN
EMS Agency Name or ID
EMS Run Number
Medical Facility Transported To
Source of Transport to Medical Facility
OCFR
ARNOLD PALMER HOSPITAL
030470
EMS
Drug Test Result
PERSON RECORD
Name
Injury Severity
Non-Motorist# Person Type
ETHAN LOPEZ
NON-MOTORIST / OTHER PEDESTRIAN
NM10
NON-INCAPACITATING
Phone Number
'Sex
Date of Birth
12/03/2009
M
Non Motorist Location at Time of Crash
Non Motorist action / Circumstance Prior To Crash
OTHER, EXPLAIN IN NARRATIVE
OTHER, EXPLAIN IN NARRATIVE
Non Motorist Action / Circumstance at Time of Crash 2
Non Motorist Action l Circumstance at Time of Crash 1
NO IMPROPER ACTION
Non Motorist Safety Equipment 2
Non Motorist Safety Equipment 1
NONE
Suspected Drug Use
Drug Test Type
BAG
Drug tested
Suspected Alcohol use Alcohol Tested
Alcohol Test Result
Aicohol Test Type
Drug Test Result
NO
TEST NOT GIVEN
TEST NOT GIVEN
NO
Transport
Facility
Transported
EMS Agency Name or ID
EMS Run Number
To
Medical
to Medical Facility
Source of
ARNOLD PALMER HOSPITAL
OCFR
030470
EMS
#
13
PERSON RECORD
injury Severity
Name
Non-Motorist # Person Type
ISIBELLE STRUBE
NON-MOTORIST / OTHER PEDESTRIAN
NON-INCAPACITATING
NM11
Phone Number
Sex
Date of Birth
F
08/21/2009
Non Motorist Location at Time of Crash
Non Motorist action ( Circumstance Prior To Crash
OTHER, EXPLAIN IN NARRATIVE
OTHER, EXPLAIN IN NARRATIVE
Non Motorist Action / Circumstance at Time of Crash 2
Non Motorist Action / Circumstance at Time of Crash 1
NO IMPROPER ACTION
Non Motorist Safety Equipment 2
Non Motorist Safety Equipment 1
NONE
Suspected Drug Use
( Drug Tested
BAC
Alcohol Test Type
Suspected Alcohol Use Aicohol Tested
Drug Test Type
Aicohol Test Jesuit
Drug Test Result
NO
TEST NOT GIVEN
NO
TEST NOT GIVEN
Medica! Facility Transported To
EMS Agency Name or ID
EMS Run Number
Source of Transport to Medical Facility
ARNOLD PALMER HOSPITAL
OCFR
030470
EMS
#
14
PERSON RECORD
Non-Motorist# I Person Type
NM12
l NON-MOTORIST / OTHER PEDESTRIAN
Sex
Date of Birth
M
11/22/2008
Non Motorist action / Circumstance Prior To Crash
OTHER, EXPLAIN IN NARRATIVE
Non Motorist Action / Circumstance at Time of Crash 1
NO IMPROPER ACTION
Non Motorist Safety Equipment 1
Name
#
_
TEST NOT GIVEN
Source of Transport to Medical Facility
OTHER, EXPLAIN IN NARRATIVE
Alcohol Test Type
Phone Number
OTHER, EXPLAIN iN NARRATIVE
Non Motorist Action / Circumstance at Time of Crash 2
Non Motorist Safety Equipment 2
Aicohol Test Result
Suspected Drug Use
BAC
NO
NO
EMS Agency Name or ID
EMS Run Number
PERSON RECORD
#
Non-Motorist # Person Type
!NON-MOTORIST / OTHER PEDESTRIAN
16 NM13
Sex
Date of Birth
F
09/12/1971
Non Motorist action / Circumstance Prior To Crash
OTHER, EXPLAIN IN NARRATIVE
Non Motorist Action / Circumstance at Time of Crash 1
NO IMPROPER ACTION
Non Motorist Safety Equipment 1
NONE
Alcohol Test Type
Suspected 'Aicohol Use {Alcohol Tested
Alcohol
NO
TEST NOT GIVEN
EMS
or
Facility
Agency
Name ID
Source of Transport to Medical
OCFR
EMS
WITN
RECORD
B
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n*m A/-*r-
{Drug Tested
TEST NOT GIVEN
Drug Test Type
Drug Test Result
Medical Facility Transported To
ARNOLD PARMER HOSPITAL
Name
DONNA BRASHEARS
Injury.Severity
INCAPACITATING
Phone Number
Non Motorist Location at Time of Crash
OTHER, EXPLAIN IN NARRATIVE
Non Motorist Action / Circumstance at Time of Crash 2
__
r
NON-INCAPACITATING
Non Motorist Location at Time of Crash
NONE
Suspected Alcohol Use' Aicohol Tested
injury Severity
XAVIER VALEZ
15
'
Non Motorist Safety Equipment 2
Yest Result
BAC
Suspected Drug Use
NO
EMS Run Number
030470
Drug Tested
Drug Test Type
TEST NOT GIVEN
Medica! Facility Transported To
ORLANDO REGIONAL MEDICAL
Drug rest Result
Time of Crash
3:05 PM
Crash Date
4/9/2014
Datie of Report
4/9//2014
Reporting Agency Case Number HSMV Crash Report Number
Reporting Agency
FLORIDA HIGHWiAY PATROL
FHPD14QFF030470
83773522-01
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26
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TROOPER
Name
R. RE E S
Troop / Post
Officer Agency
FLORIDA HIGiHWAY PATROL
Phone Number
407-737-2300
V2 was traveling northbound on SR-551 (Goldenrod Road) in the right/outside travel iane north of University Bivd.,
approaching the private driveway to the Kinder Care Learning facility located at 4035 Goldenrod Road Winter Park, FL. on
the east shoulder of the roadway.
V01 was also traveling northbound on SR-551 (Goldenrod Road) in the right/outside travel lane north of University Blvd,
approaching V02, which was slowing to turn. As V02 driver slowed down to make a right-hand turn into the Kinder Care
Learning Center private driveway, for reasons unknown, V01 failed to slow down. The front of V01 struck the right rear of
V02. At impact, V01 fled the scene of the crash traveling north on SR551 . The collision propelled V02 forward out of control
in a southeasterly direction, and into the parking lot of the Kinder Care. V02 continued out of control and traveled over the
curb and through the parking lot. V02 then continued into a secondary collision and impacted the exterior wall of the Kinder
Care facility. V02 drove through the exterior wail and entered the playroom area on the northwest corner of the structure.
Upon entering the playroom area, the front and undercarriage area of V02 struck NM01, NM02, and NM03. V02 continued
traveling eastbound inside of the structure entering the second room coming to final rest approximately three feet from the
east exterior wall. It should be noted that during the collisions within the daycare, debris struck twelve (12) occupants of the
daycare to include one adult and 11 children.
At Law Enforcement?s request, the driver of V02 gave a voluntary Blood sample.
Fire Engine #63 and Rescue #63 were notified at 1506. They were in route at 1507. Arrived at 1509.
Lily J. Quintus date of Birth 03/02/201 0, was pronounced deceased at Arnold Palmer Hospital by Doctor Mark Levy at 18:1 5
Traffic Homicide Investigator: CpI. Brian Gensler #743
Traffic Homicide Case #714-07-023
REPORTING OFFICER
[fD Number”
2693
I Rank
[TROOPER
I Name
[R. REYES
irp / Post
Officer Agency
FLORIDA HIGH WAY PATROL
Phone Number
407-737-2300
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Crash Date
4/9/2014
Time of Crash
3:05 PM
Date of Report
4/9/2014
Reporting Agency Case Number HSMV Crash Report Number
Reporting Agency
FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL
FHPD140FF030470
83773522-01
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MEDICAL EXAMINER’S OFFICE
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2350 E. Michigan Street . Orlando, Florida 32806-4939
Phone (407) 836-9400. FAX (407) 836-9450
CASE SYNOPSIS
CASE #: ME14-00500
DATE PRINTED: 04/10/2014
NAME:
Quintus, Lily
DECEDENT INFORMATION
AGE:
4 Years
Female
White
LAW ENFORCEMENT INFORMATION
]
AGENCY:
LEA iNYSSTIGATOR:
LEA CASE #:
CpI. Pratts
714-07023
Florida Highway Patrol-Orlando
DEATH INFORMATION
.
DATE OF DEATH
04/09/2014
TiME OF DEATH
17:56:00
DEATH STATUS
|Hospital Pronounced
AUTOPSY INFORMATION
DATE OF AUTOPSY:
04/10/2014
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CAUSE & MANNER OF DEATH INFORMATION
CAUSE OP DEATH A: Multiple traumatic injuries
B:
C:
D:
PARHI:
Other significant conditions
contributing to death
MANNER OF DEATH: Accident
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Florida Department of
Law Enforcement
Gerald M. Bailey
Commissioner
Rick Scott, Governor
Pam Bondi, Attorney General
Jeff Atwater, Chief Financial Officer
Adam Putnam, Commissioner of Agriculture
Orlando Regional Operations Center
500 W. Robinson St.
Orlando, Florida 32801-1771
1-800-226-8521
www.fd1e. state, fl. us
LABORATORY REPORT
April 16,2014
Evidence Section
FHP - Orlando Troop D
133 S. Semoran Blvd., Suite A
Orlando, FL 32807
TO:
-
ATTN:
MICHAEL MANFREDO
SUBJECT(S):
ALBERT DEAN CAMPBELL
OFFENSE(S):
Hit and Run
Death Investigation
Orange County
4/9/2014
FDLE NUMBER:
SUBMISSION:
AGENCY NUMBER:
20140504081
1
FH PD 1 40FF030470
SUBPOENAS PERTAINING TO THIS CASE SHOULD
REFER TO THE FDLE NUMBER.
t<A/V
Ryan M. Warner
Crime Laboratory Analyst
Toxicology Section
REFERENCE:
This report references the following evidence submitted to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement on April 1 1, 2014
by J. Polk. This report may contain conclusions, opinions, and/or interpretations made by the author.
EVIDENCE:
FDLE
Item#
1
Agency
Description
Exhibit#
I
Blood specimen
RESULTS:
I
No drugs were identified.
REMARKS:
This case was analyzed for the following: amphetamines, barbiturates, benzodiazepines, cannabinoids, carisoprodol,
cocaine, methadone, opiates, and oxycodone.
The exhibit(s) in this case will be returned to the submitting agency.
Questions regarding this report should be addressed to: [email protected] us.
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Law Enforcement
Orlando Regional Operations Center
500 W. Robinson St.
Orlando, Florida 3280 1 -1771
Gerald M. Bailey
Commissioner
1-800-226-8521
Rick Scott, Governor
Pam Bondi, Attorney General
Jeff Atwater, Chief Financial Officer
Adam Putnam, Commissioner of Agriculture
w ww. fdle.state, fl . us
LABORATORY REPORT
April 15,2014
Evidence Section
FHP Orlando Troop D
133 S. Semoran Blvd., Suite A
Orlando, FL 32807
TO:
-
-
ATTN:
MICHAEL MANFREDO
SUBJECT(S):
ALBERT DEAN CAMPBELL
OFFENSE(S):
Hit and Run
Death Investigation
Orange County
4/9/2014
FDLE NUMBER:
SUBMISSION:
AGENCY NUMBER:
20140504081
1
FHPDI 40FF030470
SUBPOENAS PERTAINING TO THIS CASE SHOULD
REFER TO THE FDLE NUMBER.
Ruth E. Vacha
Senior Crime Laboratory Analyst
Toxicology Section
REFERENCE:
This report references the following evidence submitted to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement on April 1 1 , 2014
by J. Polk. This report may contain conclusions, opinions, and/or interpretations made by the author.
EVIDENCE:
FDLE
Agency
Item#
I
Exhibit#
Description
1
Blood specimen
1
Ethyl alcohol was not identified.
RESULTS:
1
REMARKS:
The requested drug test will be the subject of a separate report.
Questions regarding this report should be addressed to: [email protected]
CERTIFICATION:
The analyst signing above certifies that the analyst: holds a valid Florida Department of Law Enforcement Permit to Conduct
Blood Alcohol Analyses; that a specimen which the record reflects was obtained from the above named subject was
analyzed; that the analyses were conducted in duplicate in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 1 ID-8, Florida
Administrative Code using a gas chromatographic method and that the duplicate results agree within 0.01 grams per lOOmL.
This report may be used in administrative proceedings pursuant to 322.2615, Florida Statutes. Forward within 5 days to the
local Bureau of Administrative Reviews, Division of Driver Licenses, Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles.
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Florida Department of
Law Enforcement
Gerald M. Bailey
Commissioner
Orlando Regional Operations Center
500 W. Robinson St.
Orlando, Florida 32801-1771
1-800-226-8521
www. fdle.state.fi. us
Rick Scott, Governor
Pam Bondi, Attorney General
Jeff Atwater, Chief Financial Officer
Adam Putnam, Commissioner of Agriculture
LABORATORY REPORT
April 30, 2014
TO:
Sheriff Jerry L. Demings
Orange County Sheriffs Office
P.O. Box 1440
Orlando, FL 32802-1440
ATTN:
ASL/CSI Vanessa Nylander
VICTIM(S):
Lily Quintus
SUBJECT(S):
Robert Corchado
OFFENSE(S):
Death Investigation
Hit and Run
Drug Offenses
Orange County
4/9/2014
FDLE NUMBER:
SUBMISSION:
AGENCY NUMBER:
20140504451
1 and 2
14031219
SUBPOENAS PERTAINING TO THIS CASE
SHOULD REFER TO THE FDLE NUMBER.
Wayne A. Walker Jr.
Crime Laboratory Analyst
Biology Section
REFERENCE:
This report references evidence submitted to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement on April 21, 2014
by Vanessa Nylander. This report may contain conclusions, opinions, and/or interpretations made by the
author.
EVIDENCE:
FDLE
Item#
1
Agency
Exhibit#
Q1
2
3
Q2
Q3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Q4
Q13
Q14
Q15
Q16
Q17
Q18
Q19
Description
Swabs from the exterior front driver's door handle, interior surface- Dodge
Durango
Swabs from the steering wheel- Dodge Durango
Swabs from the interior front driver's door handle, interior surface- Dodge
Durango
Swabs from the gear shifter- Dodge Durango
Swabs from bags 1A-5A
Swabs from bags 1C-9C & 11C-17C
Swabs from bags 1E-34E
Swabs from bag IF
Swabs from frame around cell phone display screen
Swabs from (zipper) edges of two compartments of backpacks
Swabs from backpack straps and back exterior padding
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RESULTS:
Exhibit 01
Exhibit 015
Exhibit 016
Exhibit 017
Swabs from the exterior front driver’s door handle, interior surface- Dodge Durango
Swabs from bass IE-34E
Swabs from bag IF
Swabs from frame around cell phone display screen
STR DNA analysis was performed on samples from Exhibits Ql, Q15, Q16, and Q17 utilizing the AmpF/STR
Identifiler Plus PCR Amplification Kit.
Due to the limited nature of the DNA results obtained from Exhibits Ql, Q15, Q16. and Q17, this
is not
interpretable.
Results for Exhibit Q17 are consistent with originating from at least one male individual.
Exhibit 02
Swabs from the steering wheel- Dodge Durango
STR DNA analysis was performed on a sample from Exhibit Q2 utilizing the AmpF/STR Identifiler Pius PCR
Amplification Kit,
The DNA profile obtained from Exhibit Q2 demonstrated the presence of a mixture.
A complete DNA profile for the major contributor could be determined.
This major DNA profile is consistent with originating from a male individual.
Due to the limited nature of the DNA results for the additional contributor(s) to the mixture, this data is not
interpretable.
Exhibit 03
Exhibit 013
Exhibit 014
Swabs from the interior front driver's door handle, interior surface- Dodge Durango
Swabs from baes 1A-5A
Swabs from bags 1C-9C & 11C-17C
STR DNA analysis was performed on samples from Exhibits Q3, Q13, and Q14 utilizing the AmpF/STR
Identifiler Plus PCR Amplification Kit.
No DNA results were obtained from Exhibits Q3, Q13, and Q14.
Exhibit 04
Swabs from the gear shifter- Podge Durango
STR DNA analysis was performed on a sample from Exhibit Q4 utilizing the AmpF/STR Identifiler Plus PCR
Amplification Kit.
A complete DNA profile was obtained from Exhibit Q4.
This DNA profile is consistent with originating from a male individual.
The DNA profile obtained from Exhibit Q4 is consistent with the major DNA profile obtained from Exhibit
Q2.
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Exhibit 018
Swabs from (zipper! edges of two compartments of backpacks
STR DNA analysis was performed on a sample from Exhibit Q18 utilizing the AmpF/STR Identifiler Plus
PCR Amplification Kit.
Due to the complexity of the mixture obtained from Exhibit Q18, this data is insufficient for inclusion
purposes, but may be suitable for exclusion.
Results are consistent with originating from at least one male individual.
Exhibit 019
Swabs from
backpack straps
and back exterior padding
STR DNA analysis was performed on a sample from Exhibit Q19 utilizing the AmpF/STR Identifiler Plus
PCR Amplification Kit
The DNA profile obtained from Exhibit Q19 demonstrated the presence of a mixture.
A complete DNA profile for the major contributor could be determined.
This major DNA profile is consistent with originating from a male individual.
Due to the limited nature of the DNA results for the additional contributor(s) to the mixture, this data is not
interpretable.
The major DNA profile obtained from Exhibit Q19 is consistent with the major DNA profile obtained from
Exhibit Q2 and the complete DNA profile obtained from Exhibit Q4.
REMARKS:
The infonnation obtained from Exhibits Ql, Q2, Q4, Q15, Q16, Q17, Q18, and Q19 did not meet the criteria
to be entered into CODIS.
It is requested that buccal swabs from Robert Corchado (and any other subjects) be submitted for DNA
analysis.
The submitted evidence is available for retrieval or return at the earliest opportunity. This evidence includes
DNA extracts. It is recommended that all DNA extracts be stored frozen.
Abbreviations that may appear in this report are: CODIS Combined DNA Index System; DNA
deoxyribonucleic acid, PCR Polymerase Chain Reaction-, STR short tandem repeat-, Y-STR male specific
short tandem repeat, FBI Federal Bureau of Investigation-, and JFS Journal of Forensic Sciences.
Questions regarding this report should be addressed to: [email protected]
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Law Enforcement
Gerald M. Bailey
Commissioner
Rick Scott, Governor
Pam Bondi, Attorney General
Jeff Atwater, Chief Financial Officer
Adam Putnam, Commissioner of Agriculture
Orlando Regional Operations Center
500 W. Robinson St.
Orlando, Florida 32801-1771
1-800-226-8521
www.fdle.state.fl.us
LABORATORY REPORT
April 30, 2014
TO:
Sheriff Jerry L. Demings
Orange County Sheriffs Office
P.O. Box 1440
Orlando, FL 32802-1440
ATTN:
ASL/CSI Vanessa Nylander
VTCTIM(S):
Lily Quintus
SUBJECT(S):
Robert Corcbado
OFFENSE(S):
Death Investigation
Hit and Run
Drug Offenses
Orange County
4/9/2014
FDLE NUMBER:
SUBMISSION:
AGENCY NUMBER:
20140504451
4
14031219
SUBPOENAS PERTAINING TO THIS CASE
SHOULD REFER TO THE FDLE NUMBER.
Carol M. Peterson
Senior Crime Laboratory Analyst
Chemistry Section
REFERENCE:
This report references evidence submitted to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement on April 21, 2014
by Vanessa Nylander. This report may contain conclusions, opinions, and/or interpretations made by the
author.
EVIDENCE:
FDLE
Agency
Item#
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
Exhibit#
Q6
Q7
Q8
Q9
Q10
Qll
Q12
Description
Unknown substance in five bags
Unknown substance
Unknown substance in seventeen bags
Unknown substance
Unknown substance in thirty-four bags
Plant material in three bags
Unknown residue
RESULTS:
15
16
17
Q6
Q7
Q8
Heroin, 2.83 ± 0.24 grams. (Weight is contents of five bags tested.)
Heroin, 13.1 1 ± 0.24 grams.
Heroin, 0.99 ± 0.24 grams. (Weight is contents of seventeen bags tested.)
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19
20
21
Q9
Q10
Qll
Q12
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Cocaine.
Cocaine. (One bag tested.)
Cannabis. (Each bag tested.)
Cocaine.
REMARKS:
The reported uncertainty is based on the standard uncertainty multiplied by a coverage factor k=3, providing a
level of confidence of 99.7%.
Questions regarding this report should be addressed to: [email protected]
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FDLE
Florida Department of
Law Enforcement
Orlando Regional Operations Center
500 W. Robinson St.
Orlando, Florida 32801-1771
1-800-226-8521
www.fdle.state.fl.us
Gerald M. Bailey
Commissioner
Rick Scott, Governor
Pam Bondi, Attorney General
Jeff Atwater, Chief Financial Officer
Adam Putnam, Commissioner of Agriculture
LABORATORY REPORT
May 06, 2014
TO:
Sheri ff Jerry L. Demings
Orange County Sheriffs Office
P.O, Box 1440
Orlando, FL 32802-1440
ATTN:
ASL/CSI Vanessa Nylander
VICTIM(S):
Lily Quintus
SUBJECT(S):
Robert Corchado
OFFENSE(S):
Death Investigation
Hit and Run
Drug Offenses
Orange County
FDLE NUMBER:
SUBMISSION:
AGENCY NUMBER:
20140504451
3
14031219
SUBPOENAS PERTAINING TO THIS CASE
SHOULD REFER TO THE FDLE NUMBER,
Laura P. Marano
Senior Crime Laboratory Analyst
Trace Evidence Section
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4/9/2014
REFERENCE:
This report references evidence submitted to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement on April 21, 2014
by Vanessa Nylander. This report may contain conclusions, opinions, and/or interpretations made by the
author.
EVIDENCE:
FDLE
Agency
Exhibit#
Description
Item#
12
Q5
Sample from the front bumper of a silver 2005 Dodge Durango bearing VIN
13
Q20
Sample from the muffler of a black 2006 Toyota Solara bearing VIN
14
Q21
CD of digital images of the Dodge Durango and Toyota Solara
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RESULTS:
The CD in Agency Exhibit Q21 contains 203 digital images depicting various aspects of the 2005 Dodge
Durango and the 2006 Toyota Solara. These digital images were used for illustrative and/or informational
purposes.
No examinations were performed on Agency Exhibits Q5 or Q20.
REMARKS:
These exhibits may be picked up at your earliest opportunity.
Questions regarding this report should be addressed to: [email protected],
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FDLE
Florida Department of
Law Enforcement
Orlando Regional Operations Center
500 W. Robinson St.
Orlando, Florida 32801-1771
Gerald M. Bailey
Commissioner
1-800-226-8521
www.fdle.state.fl.us
Rick Scott, Governor
Pam Bondi, Attorney General
Jeff Atwater, Chief Financial Officer
Adam Putnam, Commissioner of Agriculture
LABORATORY REPORT
May 07, 2014
TO:
Evidence Section
FHP - Orlando - Troop D
133 S. Semoran Blvd., Suite A
Orlando, FL 32807
ATTN:
MICHAEL MANFREDO
SUBJECTS):
ALBERT DEAN CAMPBELL
Robert Alex Corchado
OFFENSE(S):
Hit and Run
Death Investigation
Orange County
4/9/2014
FDLE NUMBER:
SUBMISSIONS:
AGENCY NUMBER:
20140504081
2 and 3
FHPD140FF030470
SUBPOENAS PERTAINING- TO THIS CASE
SHOULD REFER TO THE FDLE NUMBER.
Laura P. Marano
Senior Crime Laboratory Analyst
Trace Evidence Section
REFERENCE:
This report references evidence submitted to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement on April 15, 2014
and April 16, 2014 via D. Evans by the Florida Highway Patrol under FDLE case number 20140504081
(Submissions 2 and 3) and on April 21, 2014 via Vanessa Nylander by the Orange County Sheriffs Office
under FDLE case number 20 140504451 (Submission 3). This report may contain conclusions, opinions,
and/or interpretations made by the author.
EVIDENCE:
FDLE Number 20140504081
Tire following exhibits were represented as having been collected from a silver 2005 Dodge Durango bearing
VIN
.
FDLE
Item#
Agency
Exhibit#
Description
3
4
019
020
Front bumper cover
Piece of hard black plastic behind front bumper cover
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The following exhibits were represented as having been collected from a black 2006 Toyota Solara bearing
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VIN
FDLE
Item#
Agency
Exhibit#
Description
5
6
022
023
024
025
Rear bumper cover
Passenger’s side taiilight assembly
Portion of the trunk lid from the passenger’s side
Portion of the tail pipe with chrome tip
7
8
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FDLE
Agency
Exhibit#
Description
Item#
12
13
14
Q5
Q20
Q21
Sample from the front bumper of the silver 2005 Dodge Durango
Sample from the muffler of the black 2006 Toyota Solara
CD of digital images of the Dodge Durango and Toyota Solara
RESULTS:
Agency Exhibit 019 contains a large portion of a bumper cover made of black plastic with a silver painted
finish. The bumper cover is dirty and there is damage to both the paint finish and the plastic in many areas.
There is a roughly circular area of damage located on the bottom right side (passenger’s side) of the bumper
cover where there is a considerable amount of paint missing and the exposed substrate plastic is cracked,
The paint finish on this area of the bumper cover has the following layer structure:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Clear nonmetallic topcoat
Silver finishcoat with decorative flake
Light grey primer
Black primer
This exhibit was used as a brown standard.
Agency Exhibit 025 contains a cut portion of a metal tail pipe with a chrome tip. The distal ends of both the
tail pipe and the surrounding tip appear flattened and deformed. This exhibit was examined for the presence of
transferred automotive paint in the form of fused chips, as their presence is indicative of forceful contact with
the source vehicle. Examination of the outer surface of the tail pipe and its chrome tip revealed the presence
of several paint chips fused, mostly primer-side up, to the metal surface. These paint chips have the following
layer structure:
1. Clear nonmetallic topcoat
2. Silver finishcoat with decorative flake
3. Light grey primer
4. Black primer
These paint chips exhibit characteristics consistent with an automotive paint layer system.
Macroscopic and microscopic examinations and comparisons revealed the presence of corresponding fracture
contours and surface details between one (1) of the paint chips found fused to the chrome tip of the Agency
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Exhibit 025 tail pipe and an area of missing paint on the surface of the Dodge Durango’s front bumper cover
in Agency Exhibit 019. It is therefore concluded that at least one of the fused paint chips recovered from the
chrome tip of the black 2006 Toyota Solara’s tail pipe originated from and was at one time a part of the silver
2005 Dodge Durango.
No detailed examinations were performed on Agency Exhibits 020, 023 or 024. Agency Exhibits 022, Q5
and Q20 were not examined. The digital images contained in Agency Exhibit Q21 were used for illustrative
and/or informational purposes.
REMARKS:
These exhibits may be picked up at your earliest opportunity.
Questions regarding this report should be addressed to: [email protected]
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Florida Department of
Law Enforcement
Orlando Regional Operations Center
500 W. Robinson St.
Gerald M. Bailey
Commissioner
Orlando, Florida 32801-1771
1-800-226-8521
www, fdle.state.fi. us
Rick Scott, Governor
Pam Bondi, Attorney General
Jeff Atwater, Chief Financial Officer
Adam Putnam, Commissioner of Agriculture
LABORATORY REPORT
May 07,2014
Sheriff Jerry L. Demings
Orange County Sheriffs Office
P.O. Box 1440
Orlando, FL 32802-1440
TO:
ATTN:
ASL/CSI Vanessa Nylander
VICTIM(S):
Lily Quintus
SUBJECT(S):
Robert Corchado
OFFENSE(S):
Death Investigation
Hit and Run
Drug Offenses
Orange County
FDLE NUMBER:
SUBMISSION:
AGENCY NUMBER:
20140504451
5
14031219
SUBPOENAS PERTAINING TO THIS CASE
SHOULD REFER TO THE FDLE NUMBER
Wayne A. Walker Jr.
Crime Laboratory Analyst
Biology Section
4/9/2014
REFERENCE:
This report references evidence submitted to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement on May 01, 2014 by
V. Nyander. This report may contain conclusions, opinions, and/or interpretations made by the author.
This report is cross-referenced to submissions 1 and 2 of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement case
number 20140504451 (Orange County Sheriffs Office case number 14031219) report dated April 30, 2014.
EVIDENCE:
FDLE
Item#
22
Agency
Exhibit#
Kl
Description
Buccal swabs represented as being from Robert Alex Corchado
RESULTS:
STR DNA analysis was performed on a sample from Exhibit Kl utilizing the AmpF/STR Identifiler Plus PCR
Amplification Kit.
A complete DNA profile was obtained from Exhibit Kl .
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The complete major DNA profile previously obtained from Exhibit Q2 (submission 1), the complete DNA
profile previously obtained from Exhibit Q4 (submission 1), and the complete major DNA profile previously
obtained from Q19 (submission 2), match the DNA profile from Robert Alex Corchado (Exhibit Kl).
The frequency of occurrence of the complete major DNA profile previously obtained from Exhibit Q2
(submission 1), the complete DNA profile previously obtained from Exhibit Q4 (submission 1), and the
complete major DNA profile previously obtained from Q19 (submission 2) for unrelated individuals is
approximately 1 in 130 quintillion.
Due to the complexity of the results, Robert Alex Corchado (Exhibit Kl) can neither be included nor excluded
as a contributor to the mixed DNA profile previously obtained from Exhibit Q18 (submission 2).
REMARKS:
The DNA profile developed from Exhibit Kl has been entered into CODIS.
The submitted evidence is available for retrieval or return at the earliest opportunity. This evidence includes
DNA extracts. It is recommended that all DNA extracts be stored frozen.
The frequencies were calculated utilizing a validated statistical database (JFS 48(4):908-911). The most
common frequency from the Caucasian, African American (Blacks), or Hispanic populations is reported. The
results of the Amelogenin locus were not used in the statistical calculations.
Abbreviations that may appear in this report are: CODIS Combined DNA Index System; DNA
deoxyribonucleic acid', PCR Polymerase Chain Reaction; STR short tandem repeat; Y-STR male specific
short tandem repeat', FBI Federal Bureau of Investigation-, and JFS Journal of Forensic Sciences.
Questions regarding this report should be addressed to: [email protected]
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Law Enforcement
Orlando Regional Operations Center
500 W. Robinson St.
Orlando, Florida 32801 -1771
1-800-226-8521
www. fdle. state, fl. us
Gerald M. Bailey
Commissioner
Rick Scott, Governor
Pam Bondi, Attorney General
Jeff Atwater, Chief Financial Officer
Adam Putnam, Commissioner of Agriculture
LABORATORY REPORT
May 12, 2014
Evidence Section
FHP - Orlando - Troop D
333 S. Semoran Blvd., Suite A
Orlando, FL 32807
TO:
FDLE NUMBER:
SUBMISSION:
AGENCY NUMBER:
20140504081
2
FHPD140FF030470
ATTN:
MICHAEL MANFREDO
SUBPOENAS PERTAINING TO THIS CASE
SHOULD REFER TO THE FDLE NUMBER.
SUBJECT(S):
ALBERT DEAN CAMPBELL
Robert Alex Corchado
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OFFENSE(S):
Hit and Run
Death Investigation
Orange County
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Marta L. Strawser
Senior Crime Laboratory Analyst
Trace Evidence Section
4/9/2014
REFERENCE:
This report references evidence submitted to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement on April 15, 2014
(Submission 002) by D. Evans. This report may contain conclusions, opinions, and/or interpretations made by
the author.
EVIDENCE:
FDLE
Item#
2
Exhibit#
003
3
019
Agency
Description
Broken portion of right front bumper cover represented as having been recovered
from the scene
Broken portion of front bumper cover represented as having been collected from a
2005 Dodge Durango bearing Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
RESULTS:
Examinations revealed that each of the above exhibits contains a broken portion of silver painted black
plastic. In compliance with the laboratory’s best evidence practices, no further examinations are being
performed on these exhibits.
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FORENSICS SECTION
REPORT OF CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION
INCIDENT TYPE:
(ORI) NUMBER:
DATE:
LOCATION:
SECTOR /ZONE:
TIMES:
CASE NUMBER: 14 - 031219
FHP Case #: FHPD140FF030470
Assist Other Agency - FHP
FL0480000
1. Friday, April 11, 2014
2. Friday, May 9, 2014
Florida Highway Patrol
133 South Semoran Blvd.
Orlando, Florida 32807
02/25
1. 0810 - 0810 1515
2. 0833 - 0833 - 0937
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TROOPER:
ASL Vanessa Nylander
Corporal Brian G. Gensler
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2005 Silver 4-door Dodge Durango
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2006 Black 2-door Toyota Solara
VIN#
FL Tag#
PHOTOGRAPHS
Call ID 64089 - 203 Digital Images
Call ID 64790 - 48 Digital Images
Call ID 64905 - 24 Latent Images
Call ID 65369 - 3 Digital Images
Call ID 65553 - 25 Digital Images
Call ID 67293 - 31 Digital Images
LATENTS:
Thirty-Six Latent Lifts
Twenty-Four Latent Photographs
Please refer to Property Form Tag # P60938, P60939, P60940, P60941, P60949,
P60954, P61015, P-61024, P61291 and P61390
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Patrol.
The above listed vehicles located in a secure garage bay owned by Florida Highway
NARRATIVE:
On Friday, April 11, 2014 at approximately 0910 hours, CSI Chelsea Johnson and I met with Sgt. Ogbum and Cpl.
Brian Gensler at a garage bay secured by Florida Highway Patrol. CSI Johnson and I were requested to process the
exterior and interior of vehicle one for latent fingerprints and to collect DNA samples from the driver’s
compartment.
Vehicle One:
I initiated my investigation by photographing the exterior of vehicle one for documentation. A clear plastic
tarp was taped to the front passenger door across the hood to the front driver’s door covering the front end of
the vehicle. The plastic tarp was removed exposing damage to the front bumper, grill and hood. Red evidence
tape was observed and photographed securing the 4 doors, rear door/window and hood. The damage was
photographed with and without a scale for documentation. A paint sample (chip) was observed, photographed
and collected from the front bumper along the driver’s side (P60938, 5). The paint sample was located
approximately 20 14 inches from the floor.
A circular indentation was observed and photographed along the passenger side of the front bumper. The center of
the circular indentation was approximately 23 14 inches from the floor.
Two swabs of suspected epithelial cells were collected from the exterior front driver’s door handle, interior surface
(P60938, 1). The exterior of the vehicle was processed for latent fingerprints utilizing black powder resulting in 29
latent lifts. Please refer to the diagram on page 3 and 4 for location of each latent lift. (Latent area # 28 was lifted
twice).
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The interior of the vehicle was photographed for documentation. All the seats were covered by aftermarket seat
covers. A large speaker box was located in the rear compartment of the vehicle. A multi-colored backpack was
located on the floor behind the center console. The backpack (P60938, 6) was removed and inventoried as follows:
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o Black Otter box cell phone case (P60938, 6)
o Superior Balance ICE-50 scale with black leather case (P60938, 6)
o USB adaptor and cord (P60938, 6)
o Car charger (P60938, 7)
o AT&T ZTE cell phone (P60938, 8)
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o Five bundles of United States Currency tied with colored hair ties or rubber bands. Each bundle
totaled $1000.00 (P60938, 12)
o One baggie containing a green leafy substance (P60938, 11)
o Three baggies containing light brown substance (P60938, 9)
o Two baggies containing a white powdery substance (P60938, 10)
o Blue pen (P60938, 6)
The items inside the vehicle were removed and processed for latent fingerprints utilizing black powder.
• Front driver’s door/console
o (2) DVD covers with negative results
o Two lighters with negative results
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o One bottle of lotion resulting in two lifts from the front of the bottle
o One CD with negative results
o Two cigar wrappers resulting in one latent lift
Center console
o one bottle of cologne/perfume resulting in one latent lift from the front of the bottle and one latent
lift from the back of the bottle
o one pack of gum with negative results
o one large paper clip with negative results
o one plastic spray bottle with negative results
o one Samsung cell phone with negative results
Two swabs of suspected epithelial cells were collected from the steering wheel (P60938, 2), two swabs of
suspected epithelial cells were collected from the interior front driver’s door handle, interior surface (P60938, 3)
and two swabs of suspected epithelial cells were collected from the gear shifter (P60938, 4).
The interior surfaces of the vehicle were processed for latent fingerprint utilizing black powder resulting in one
latent lift from the driver’s visor mirror and one latent lift from the radio faceplate.
Vehicle Two:
The exterior and interior of vehicle two was photographed for documentation. Damage and debris was observed
and photographed to the front end and along both sides of the vehicle. The passenger side mirror was displaced and
paint transfer was present on the outer edge. Damage was also observed and photographed to the rear bumper.
There were three areas along the passenger side of the rear bumper underneath the taillight that were missing paint.
The paint around the edges of these areas was flakey. The passenger side taillight was cracked and there appeared
to be a paint chip embedded in one of the cracks. To the left of the passenger side taillight, on the trunk, was an
indentation. The passenger side muffler was dented and paint transfer was observed around the outer edge of the
muffler and on the bottom side of the bumper. The height to the center of the muffler was approximately 10 inches.
A paint sample (chip) was collected from the side of the muffler (P60941, 1).
Miscellaneous items were located inside the vehicle including three boxes of Chivas Regal liquor. The contents of
the boxes were not inventoried.
The scene was cleared at approximately 1515 hours. A CD of the digital images was created for submission to
FDLE (P60949, 1).
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Forensics Office - April 16 & 19, 2014
At the Forensics Office, I photographed, documented and processed the items located inside the backpack
(P60938, 6). The baggies containing the light brown substance were documented as ‘bag A’, ‘bag B’ and ‘bag C.’
The baggies containing the white substance were documented as ‘bag D’ and ‘bag E.’ The bag containing the green
leafy substance was documented as ‘bag F.’ The baggies were weighed with and without their contents utilizing a
Ohaus Galaxy 160 Analytical scale.
• Bag A - bag A was a tied sandwich bag with 4 blue baggies and 1 orange baggie with black imprint of an
unknown design. Two swabs of suspected epithelial cells were collected from the Ziploc area of bags 1A 5A (P60940, 1). The contents of each bag were transferred into individual baggies fortesting (P60939, 1).
Bag
Weight of bag with
substance (grams)
Weight of bag without
substance (grams)
0.6013
0.6070
0.6360
0.5938
1.1489
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0.4789
0.4869
0.5008
0.4700
0.9896
Bag B - bag B was a tied sandwich bag with four pairs of blue baggies, five pairs and one single orange
baggie and one clear baggie with a black imprint of an unknown design, and one tied sandwich. The tied
sandwich bag contained a light brown substance. The bag was labeled IB. The content of the bag was
transferred into a separate baggie for testing (P60939, 2).
Bag
Weight of bag with
substance (grams)
IB
14.1821
Weight of bag without
substance (grams)
1.0798
Weight of
substance (grams)
13.1023
•Bag C - bag C was a tied sandwich bag with four blue baggies with a ‘Superman’ symbol, six green
baggies with ‘Playboy bunny’ symbol and seven red baggies. Two swabs of suspected epithelial cells were
collected from the Ziploc area of bag 1C-9C & 11C-17C. Baggie 10C was not swabbed due to a visible
fingerprint (P60940, 2). The contents of each bag were transferred into individual baggies for testing
(P60939, 3).
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Bag
Weight of bag with
substance (grams)
Weight of bag without
substance (grams)
Weight of
substance (grams)
1C
2C
3C
4C
5C
6C
7C
8C
9C
10C
11C
12C
13C
14C
15C
16C
17C
0.1739
0.1758
0.1746
0.2054
0.1578
0.1633
0.1532
0.1504
0.1736
0.1584
0.1200
0.1182
0.1146
0.1178
0.0938
0.1140
0.1094
0.0734
0.0753
0.0723
0.0738
0.0697
0.1005
0.0978
0.1040
0.1301
0.0825
0.0910
0.0794
0.0807
0.0709
0.0773
0.1027
0.0811
0.0635
0.0616
0.0635
0.0673
0.0632
0.0633
0.0688
0.0565
0.0566
0.0511
0.0505
0.0306
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0.0780
0.0706
0.0753
0.0507
0.0406
•Bag D - bag D was a tied sandwich bag with white powdery substance. The content of the bag was
transferred into individual baggies for testing (P60939, 4).
Bag
Weight of bag w ith
substance (grams)
D
4.5174
Weight of bag without
substance (grams)
1.0442
Weight of
substance (grams)
3.4732
• Bag E - bag E was a tied sandwich bag with ten blue baggies, ten green baggies, five clear baggies with a
red design of lips, one clear baggie with a black unknown design on the front and an orange back, two
clear baggies with a black eight ball design on the back, one pink baggie, two clear baggies with blue and
red ‘Superman’ logos on front and three clear baggie with a white ‘Playboy Bunny’ on front. Two swabs
of suspected epithelial cells were collected from the Ziploc area of bags 1E-34E (P60940, 3). The contents
of each bag were transferred into individual baggies for testing (P60939, 5).
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Bag
Weight of bag with
substance (grams)
IE
2E
0.6041
0.6050
0.6097
0.6238
0.6060
0.6376
0.6151
0.6160
0.6138
0.6397
0.4493
0.4264
0.4324
0.4760
0.4393
0.4057
0.4344
0.4389
0.4311
0.4750
1.1338
0.9496
0.9656
0.9294
0.9486
0.9653
1.8536
1.8653
0.2318
0.2184
0.2288
0.2291
0.2167
0.1647
3E
4E
5E
6E
7E
8E
9E
10E
11E
12E
13E
14E
15E
16E
17E
18E
19E
20E
21E
22E
23E
24E
25E
26E
27E
28E
29E
30E
31E
32E
33E
34E
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Weight of
substance (grams)
0.4733
0.1361
0.1181
0.4877
0.4879
0.5011
0.4891
0.4807
0.4892
0.4904
0.3055
0.2826
0.3049
0.1365
0.1260
0.1353
0.1246
0.1493
0.1438
0.1438
0.1275
0.1355
0.4794
0.4748
0.3405
0.3128
0.1265
0.1347
0.1382
0.1380
0.1382
0.1412
0.2710
0.2962
0.3009
0.2929
0.3338
0.9728
0.7988
0.7994
0.7753
0.7753
0.8018
1.6873
1.7060
0.1566
0.1433
0.1577
0.1533
0.1421
0.0985
0.1610
0.1508
0.1662
0.1541
0.1733
0.1635
0.1663
0.1593
0.0752
0.0751
0.0711
0.0758
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• Bag F - bag F was a tied sandwich bag with loose green leafy substance, one clear baggie with a white
back with red bulldogs design and one tied sandwich bag. Two swabs of suspected epithelial cells were
collected from the Ziploc area of bag IF (P60940, 4). The contents of each bag were transferred into
individual baggies for testing (P60939, 6).
Bag
Weight of bag with
substance (grams)
Weight of bag without
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Weight of
substance (grams)
1.2754
2.0594
2.7428
1.2179
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White powdery residue was observed on the Superior Balance ICE-50 scale (P60938, 6). The white powdery
residue was transferred onto a piece of filter paper (P60939, 7).
Two swabs of suspected epithelial cell were collected from the frame around AT&T ZTE cell phone display screen
(P60940, 5). The AT&T ZTE cell phone was processed for latent fingerprints utilizing cyanoacrylate, black
powder and MBD with negative results. The cell phone was transferred to FFIP Cpl. D. Yunihi on April 25, 2014
at approximately 0838 hours.
Two swabs of suspected epithelial cells were collected from the zipper areas of the backpack (P60940, 6) and two
swabs of suspected epithelial cells were collected from the backpack straps and back exterior padding (P60940, 7).
The following items were processed for latent fingerprints utilizing cyanoacrylate, fluorescent powder, black
powder and MBD:
• Backpack (P60938, 6) with negative results
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Black Otter box cell phone case (P60938, 6) with negative results. The Otter box cell phone cover did not
fit the AT&T ZTE cell phone.
• Black leather case for scale (P60938, 6) with negative results
The following items were processed for latent fingerprints utilizing cyanoacrylate, black powder and MBD:
• Wrapped USB adaptor and cord (P60938, 6) resulting in one latent photograph from the wrapper
• Car charger (P60938, 7) with negative results
• Blue pen (P60938, 6) with negative results
•Superior Balance ICE-50 scale (P60938, 6) resulting in one latent photograph from the scale display
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The baggies were processed for latent fingerprints utilizing cyanoacrylate and MBD. Bag F was processed with
black powder. However, when I attempted to lift a latent area the latent tape stretched the bag. Bag F along with all
the other baggies were processed with MBD only.
• Baggies 1A-5A and A resulting in one latent photograph from baggie 2A
• Baggie 1B-11B resulting in one latent photograph from baggie 1B, one latent photograph from baggie 2B,
one latent photograph from baggie 3B, one latent photograph from baggie 4B and one latent photograph
from baggie 5B
Baggies 1C-17C and C resulting in one latent photograph from baggie 10C
• Baggie D with negative results
o Baggie1 E-34E and E resulting in one latent photograph from baggie 5E
o Baggies F, 1F and 2F resulting in two latent photographs from baggie 2F and one latent photograph
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The five bundles of United Stated Currency (P60938,12) were processed for latent fingerprints utilizing Ninhydrin
with negative results.
FHP - Tuesday, April 22, 2014
On Tuesday, April 22, 201 4 at approximately 0905 hours, I responded to the Florida Highway Patrol Headquarters.
I met with Jerry Polk who transferred to me four pages of paperwork found in vehicle one (P60954, 1). The
paperwork consisted of one court paper and a three page receipt for ‘Just Brakes.’ I recall seeing the court paper in
the glove compartment of vehicle one on Friday, April 11, 2014. The four pages of paperwork were processed for
latent fingerprints utilizing Ninhydrin resulting in twenty-four latent areas. The 24 latent areas were documented
with a scale, scanned and printed 1 :1 for comparison (12 latent photographs).
• Scale PW1-PW 10 developed on the front side of the court paper
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Scale P W11-PW20 developed on the backside of the court paper work
• Scale PW21-PW23 developed on the front of page 1 of the ‘Just Brakes’ receipt
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Scale PW24 developed on the backside of page 2 of the ‘Just Brakes’ receipt
Orange County Corrections Facility - Wednesday, April 30, 2014
On Wednesday, April 30, 2014 at approximately 1600 hours, I met with Cpl. Brian Gensler at the Orange County
Correctional Facility in order to execute a search warrant for a DNA standard from Robert Alex Corchado. At the
time of our arrival, Robert Alex Corchado was in the presence of legal representarion.ÿCjd. Gensler gave the
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lawyer a copy of the search warrant. At approximately 1626 hours, I collected two buccal swabs from Robert Alex
Corchado (P61015, 1).
Orange County Sheriffs Office - Friday, May 2, 2014
On Friday, May 2, 2014 at approximately 1200 hours, I met with Evelyn Rivera Corchado (suspect’s mother) at the
north lobby of the Orange County Sheriffs Office in order to complete a search warrant for the collection of a
DNA standard via buccal swabs. Evelyn Rivera Corchado requested privacy. She stated that she felt as if she was
being stared at by everyone, everywhere she goes. Mrs. Corchado also stated that she did not know why she was at
the Sheriff s Office. I escorted Mrs. Corchado to the Forensics Unit where we met with Deputy Michael Vincent. I
handed Mrs. Corchado a copy of the search warrant and explained the purpose for her DNA collection. Mrs.
Corchado understood. I took two identification photographs of Mrs. Corchado and collected two buccal swabs
from her right cheek at approximately 1213 hours (P61024, 1).
FHP - Friday. May 9. 2014
On Friday, May 9, 2014 at approximately 0833 hours, I met with Sgt. Ogburn at the FHP secure garage bay in
reference to obtaining a hair/fiber sample from the driver’s side windshield of the Toyota Solara. I photographed
damage to the driver’s side windshield consisting of cracks. Fiber-like items were observed within the cracks.
Latent tape was used to collect two lifts of the fiber-like items (P61291, 1).
There were red stains on the windshield and hood of the Toyota Solara. I tested three of the areas for the possible
presence of blood utilizing a phenolphthalein presumptive blood test with negative results.
Sgt. Ogburn transferred to me two chairs that were removed from the bottom of the Toyota Solara. I was requested
to photograph the chairs for documentation and to search / collect areas of suspected blood present on the chairs.
On Thursday, June 12, 2014 the two chairs were photographed for documentation and examined for the possible
presence of blood.
The chair removed from the center of the undercarriage was blue with silver metal legs. The left front comer of the
seat was bent upward. On the right front comer and on the top right corner on the back of the chair were scratch
marks. Three areas of suspected blood were documented. Scale one was an area of suspected blood on the right
front leg. Two swabs of suspected blood were collected from this area at approximately 0828 hours (P61390, 1).
Scale two was an area of suspected blood on the rear right leg of the chair. Two swabs of suspected blood were
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collected from this area at approximately 0830 hours (P61390, 2). Scale three was located on the front right comer
of the seat. Two swabs of suspected blood were collected from this area at approximately 0830 hours (P61390, 3).
The chair removed from the right side of the undercarriage was blue with blue metal legs. The legs of the chair
were bent. The front left leg was bent outward and the rear left leg was bent inward. The chair was examined for
the possible presence of blood with negative results.
The following items were packaged and submitted to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement:
• K1 - Buccal swabs collected from Robert Alex Corchado (P61015, 1)
• K2 Buccal swabs collected from Evelyn Rivera Corchado (P61024, 1)
• Q1- Two swabs of suspected epithelial cells from the exterior front driver’s door handle, interior surface Dodge Durango (P60938, 1)
• Q2 - Two swabs of suspected epithelial cells from the steering wheel - Dodge Durango (P60938, 2)
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Q3- Two swabs of suspected epithelial cells from the interior front driver’s doorhandle, interior surface Dodge Durango (P60938, 3)
Q4 - Two swabs of suspected epithelial cells from the gear shifter - Dodge Durango (P60938, 4)
Q§ - Piece of paint sample from front bumper of Dodge Durango (P60938, 5)
Q6 - Five bags containing light brown substance removed from bag 1A-5A (P60939, 1).
Q7 - One bag containing light brown substance removed from bag IB (P60939, 2)
Q8 - Seventeen bags containing light brown substance removed from bags 1C-17C (P60939, 3)
Q9 - One bag containing white substance removed from bag D (P60939, 4)
QIO - Thirty-four bags containing white substance removed from bag 1E-34E (P60939, 5)
Qll - One bag containing green leafy substance removed from bag F, IF and 2F (P60939, 6)
Q12 - Filter paper containing white residue from Superior Balance scale (P60939, 7)
Q13 - Two swabs of suspected epithelial cells from bags 1A-5A (P60940, 1)
Q14 - Two swabs of suspected epithelial cells from bags 1C-9C & 11C-17C (P60940, 2)
Q15 - Two swabs of suspected epithelial cells from bags 1E-34E (P60940, 3)
Q16 - Two swabs of suspected epithelial cells from bag IF (P60940, 4)
Q17 - Two swabs of suspected epithelial cells from frame around cell phone display screen (P60940, 5)
Q18 - Two swabs of suspected epithelial cells from (zipper) edges of two compartments of backpack
(P60940, 6)
Q19 - Two swabs of suspected epithelial cells from backpack straps and back exterior padding (P60940, 7)
Q20 - Paint sample from muffler of Toyota Solara (P60941, 1)
Q21 - CD of digital images of Durango and Solara (P60949, 1)
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The remainder of the evidence was packaged and submitted to the Evidence Unit for storage.
The latent lifts and latent photographs were submitted to the Orange County Sheriffs Office Latent Unit for
comparison.
The digital images have been uploaded onto the DataWorks server and a back-up CD was created.
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