Posted: Thursday, June 17, 2021. 3:44 pm CST.
By Benjamin Flowers: The driver of the utilities vehicle involved in the fatal traffic accident that claimed the life of Belize Defense Soldier Hipolito Jamie Sho, told police he tried warning Sho before the deadly collision happened.
Jerry Nicholas, 31, told police that he was driving his work truck, owned by Digi, headed in the direction of Elridgeville, Toledo district, when he saw a man on a motorcycle headed towards him. Nicholas said that he repeatedly honked his horn to alert the rider, who ultimately crashed into his truck and died at the scene.
Police have taken urine samples to determine Nicholas’ blood alcohol content and he remains in police custody pending the results of an investigation to determine if he will be criminally charged.
This is a developing story.
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