John Sofia Death – John Sofia has passed away unexpectedly leaving his family and loved ones. He was said to have been involved in a motorcycle accident where he sustained severe injuries and was later pronounced dead. Harley Muldoon of Hyde Park, Vermont, wrote in a tributes shared on Facebook that she loved skating with him everyday for years. She had never had to call anyone to skate as he just show up and there was always a whole loving group there.
Muldoon continued that John would always go hard and have some wicked slams whenever he see her camera come out. The police are yet to release the official report of the accident or identified John Sofia as the victim of an accident. The information on John Sofia Facebook page shows that he was a native of Bohemia, New York, who resides in Douglasville, Georgia. He went to Connetquot High School and studied at Eastern Long Island Academy of Applied Technology.
John Sofia Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…
RELATED ARTICLE: Bryan Lee Kelley died in deadly I-20 Motorcycle Crash, Douglasville Man Arrested
On Thursday, a Douglasville man was arrested for vehicular homicide in connection with the demise of a motorcyclist on Interstate 20. Bryan Lee Kelley, 37, of Par Drive has been charged with first-degree vehicular homicide, a Georgia State Patrol representative confirmed to Patch. The investigation into the incident, was described as a two-vehicle collision on Interstate 20 near South Burnt Hickory Road, was not yet complete.
Tuesday at approximately 3 a.m., a Hyundai Sonata driven by Kelley struck a Harley-Davidson motorcycle, according to authorities. Francisco Valencia, 48, from Chicago was riding the motorcycle when he was injured. He later passed away as a result of his injuries.
According to the papers found online, Kelley had his request for release on the allegation of vehicular homicide denied on Wednesday, and he continued to be held in the Douglas County Jail. According to the records kept by the sheriff of Douglas County, Kelley was also charged with driving under the influence of alcohol and following too closely. All of these allegations were classified in the arrest report filed on Tuesday as “pending.”
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