Police officer won't face charges in speeding crash that killed teen

Hillsborough County Sheriff's Deputy Philip Montesi was driving 21 mph over the speed limit in January when he slammed into young Josiah Pinner, killing him on the scene.
1:25 | 04/04/19

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He's he fired we will be charged with beating. I'm careless driving everything that he hasn't been charged whether we would be charged way. On January 11 on a busy stretch of Florida avenue investigators say undercover deputy Philip on tests he had a green light. Swerved to miss one man in the crosswalk and instead he. Fifteen year old just sigh of Pinner who is not in a crosswalk he was going 21 miles per hour over the speed limit. That there's so few. It's protects them say Lewis that a protective service. Jesse Pinner is just site is dead he said since the crash their entire free and we didn't trust the investigation would bring justice to genocide. They marched in the streets after Joseph sidestep they think the five day suspension and advanced driving course for the deputy shows the sheriff wasn't listening. The same thing that would happen to us citizen he needs to be. Arrest said he needs to be charged need to be tried need to be sent. State attorney Andrew Warren reviewed the case finding the deputy didn't commit a crime the sheriff's office says Mon testy violated standard operating procedure for speeding when there wasn't an emergency. And that just so I ahead marijuana in his system at the time of the crash. I've never give you know. I'm forever flight from us almost forever be as boys and I'll always be muscles keeper always. Intended.

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