October 26, 2020 7:20 AM EST
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On October 11, 2020 Jeremy Dewitte was involved in a traffic accident in Orlando, Florida. Florida Highway Patrol was contacted as well as Orange County Sheriff’s Office.
Orange County deputies Jared Alexander, Donald Muller, Troy Polk and Christin Hackey and Trooper Tyler Carstensen arrived on scene.
A motorist named Shamar Smith was traveling westbound on Clarcona Ocoee Road in a left turn lane as he approached the intersection of Apopka Vineland Road. According to Trooper Tyler Carstensen’s report Jeremy Dewitte was also traveling westbound on Clarcona Ocoee Road towards the intersection of Apopka Vineland Road.
Shamar Smith claimed he was in the left turning lane because he was going into a neighborhood to take an alternate route home, but Smith also admitted he made an attempt to overtake Jeremy Dewitte’s vehicle.
Jeremy Dewitte claimed there was a funeral procession in the right lane as he was heading west on Clarcona Ocoee Road in the left travel lane. He stated he saw Shamar Smith change into the left turn lane and attempt to go around him. However Smith shifted back into the left travel lane when he saw a median, and the right side of Smith’s vehicle collided into Dewitte’s SUV.
Prior to speaking to Jeremy Dewitte, Trooper Carstensen spoke to Shamar Smith and the Orange County deputies at the scene.
Orange County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched when Shamar Smith was heard on a 911 call making physical threats after the traffic accident. Despite the threats Orange County Sheriff’s Office didn’t speak to all of the witnesses nor did they take any witness statements.
According to comments made by Jeremy Dewitte in his body camera video, Deputy Christin Hackey tried several times in the past to obtain Dewitte’s automobile insurance information at the request of Sergeant Keith Vidler from Orange County Sheriff’s Office.
When Trooper Tyler Carstensen arrived it appeared the deputies discussed Jeremy Dewitte’s pending criminal cases as well as Florida Statute 3 1 6. 1 9 7 4.
Carstensen initially declared Jeremy Dewitte as Driver 1 which would allude to the automobile accident being his fault. Trooper Carstensen claimed Dewitte impeded the flow of traffic during the funeral procession. During a brief debate Dewitte insisted he was following the statute and Shamar Smith improperly used the left turn lane to overtake Dewitte’s vehicle.
Trooper Carstensen’s final report named Shamar Smith as Driver 1 and Jeremy Dewitte as Driver 2.
In today’s video Jeremy Dewitte and Trooper Tyler Carstensen discuss the traffic accident as well as Sergeant Keith Vidler’s phone calls to Dewitte’s insurance company in an attempt to have his automobile insurance canceled.