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Thomas Tommy Albert Baugess was pronounced dead shortly after the accident, which took place around Baugess was hit in the southbound lane of south of Northwest th Loop, which is just north of the Starke city limits.
The driver was Eric David of Bennettsville, South Carolina, who was driving a tractor-trailer and did not see Baugess in the road. According to the Florida Highway Patrol report, Baugess was under the influence of alcohol.
The results of Davids alcohol test were pending. Baugess was 25 years old, the son of Jackie and Albert Baugess, according to posts on Facebook, where family and friends expressed their shock and sorrow.
A driver from Starke was seriously injured Sept. Feezell, 41, was transported to UF Health in Gainesville, but the two minor children traveling with her were not hurt. The other driver, Ira J. Barnes, 50, of Gainesville received minor injuries.
Feezell was cited for failing to drive within the designated lane.
The accident took place around 7 a. Reed slowed to turn into a private driveway west of C. The suburban was sent rotating into a wooded fence while the semi overturned onto its right side in the ditch. Both drivers were transported to Putnam Community Medical Center with minor injuries. From there, Starke commissioners will consider the applicants, set up interviews and make their selection.
A time frame has not been determined. There was a long and varied list of candidates to choose from.
A total of 21 replied to the advertisement. Alica McMillian of Starke, who has served twice as the citys finance director, from and to present, and as the citys recreation director from She has been with the city since when she began as a payroll clerk.
She has a bachelors degree in accounting. Kane of Snellville, Georgia, with a bachelors degree in human resource management and an MBA in public administration. All were accused of criminal wrongdoing or misconduct in connection with inmates at four state prisons.
Eighteen of those fired by Crews were involved in the April 11 death of Matthew Walker at Charlotte Correctional Institution in an incident the DOC called an inappropriate use of force. Three were from Franklin Correctional Institution who allegedly repeatedly gassed inmate Randall Jordan-Aparo, who died in September Jeffcoat and Officer R.
Hill were allowed to return to work. Some of those terminated are under investigation for excessive use-of-force incidents against prisoners over the past two years.
One incident involved the Aug. All 32 guards released had been on paid administrative leave pending a review launched earlier this summer. The DOC secretary started the investigations after The Miami Herald reported earlier this year on Darren Rainey, a mentally ill inmate at Dade Correctional Institution who died after guards allegedly forced him to shower in scalding hot water as punishment two years ago.
According to United Press International, the Teamsters Union that represents the officers blamed incidents on protocols set by management who have not been held accountable for the deaths of inmates.
The procedure they were following in Charlotte was well known and condoned by the warden, Teamsters spokesman Bill Curtis said. Essentially they promoted the people most responsible and liable for the incident and fired everybody else down the chain.
The DOC said dismissals wont necessarily lead to criminal charges, even when accused of criminal wrongdoing a decision left up to local law enforcement. Jessica Cary, public affairs director in the DOC Central Office, stated, The dismissals on Friday were part of a review of those staff statewide on administrative leave.
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