Driver arrested for rear-ending a biker at 94 mph
DAYTONA BEACH SHORES, Fla. (BIKER DAD) — Police say a man has been arrested a month after rear-ending a biker at 94 mph.
According to WKMG 24-year-old Jessy Bilski died when the Dodge Challenger plowed into him at nearly 100 mph. The man driving the Dodge was on vacation. Police say he borrowed the muscle car that belonged to his girlfriend’s son. He wanted to “see what it could do.”
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Roney Williams Jr. of Louisiana is charged with vehicular homicide. Police say he confessed to the whole thing. He was arrested in his home town of New Orleans on a warrant. He’ll be brought back to Florida to face the charges.
Police say the whole thing happened in a 35 mph speed zone. After hitting the bike the Dodge then hit a curb, street sign and light pole before crashing into the wall of a townhome, according to the release.
Friends are raising money to help the biker’s family. The Go Fund Me page says in part, ” Jessy was loved by so many and this has been unimaginable for all his family and friends. We are putting this page together to help his family with unexpected funeral costs. If you are able to help any amount will be appreciated. Jessy is now our angel and he will missed everyday. RIP honey we love you. Till we meet again xo”