Two teenage boys are in a car chase with a reckless, sexually perverted Polk County sheriff’s deputy. The boys crash, killing Miles White, 16. But the sheriff’s office does not investigate its deputy’s involvement. Why?
(August 31, 2008)
Miles White's parents' lawsuit over the 16-year-old's death could hinge on a tape. The FDLE says an investigator admitted his opinion that a Polk deputy caused the fatal crash could change. The investigator, however, says that's not the case. (July 6, 2011)
(July 6, 2011)
Experts look at photos of a crash that killed a teen. Their conclusion disagrees with the official report. (October 24, 2008)
They embraced in the courthouse, marking an ending and a beginning: Adam Jacoby, the driver of a car that crashed six years ago, hugged the father of his 16-year-old passenger who was killed.
(November 1, 2008)
A Times Editorial:
(November 2, 2008)
Gov. Charlie Crist has asked the state to reopen an investigation into a 2002 car crash that killed a Polk County teenager.
(January 23, 2009)
A Polk deputy's 2002 car chase ended in a crash that killed 16-year-old Miles White and eventually prompted an FDLE investigation.
(April 14, 2010)
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