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1 Florida Department of Law Enforcement Gerald M. Bailey Commissioner Orlando Regional Operations Center 500 W. Robinson St. Orlando, Florida LABORATORY REPORT July 15,2014 Rick Scott, Governor Pam Bondi, Attorney General Jeff Atwater, Chief Financial Officer Adam Putnam, Commissioner of Agriculture TO: ATTN: VTCTIM(S): SUBJECT(S): OFFENSE(S): Sheriff Jerry L. Demings Orange County Sheriffs Office P.O. Box 1440 Orlando, FL ASL/CSI Vanessa Nylander Lily Quintus Robert Corchado Evelyn Rivera Corchado Death Investigation Hit and Run Drug Offenses Orange County 4/9/2014 FDLE NUMBER: SUBMISSION: 6 AGENCY NUMBER: SUBPOENAS PERTAINING TO THIS CASE SHOULD REFER TO THE FDLE NUMBER. (1 fl Carol M. Peterson Senior Crime Laboratory Analyst Chemistry Section REFERENCE: This report references evidence submitted to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement on May 20, 2014 by F. Defeo. This report may contain conclusions, opinions, and/or interpretations made by the author. EVIDENCE: FDLE Agency Description Item# Exhibit# 18 Q9 Unknown substance 19 Q10 Unknown substance in one plastic bag 19 Q10A Unknown substance in thirty-three plastic bags RESULTS: 18 Q9 19 Q10 19 Q10A Not analyzed. (Analyzed in submission 4.) Not analyzed. (Analyzed in submission 4.) Cocaine. (Nine bags tested separately.) Page 1 of 2 Service Integrity Respect * Quality M m-aus?... :- ' W.X O*,J

2 FDLE NUMBER: Submissions: 6 REMARKS: Questions regarding this report should be addressed to: Page 2 of 2 sines

3 Florida Department of Law Enforcement Gerald M. Bailey Commissioner Orlando Regional Operations Center 500 W. Robinson St. Orlando, Florida LABORATORY REPORT July 17, 2014 Rick Scott, Governor Pam Bondi, Attorney General Jeff Atwater, Chief Financial Officer Adam Putnam, Commissioner of Agriculture TO: ATTN: VICTIM(S): SUBJECT(S): OFFENSE(S): Sheriff Jerry L. Demings Orange County Sheriffs Office P.O. Box 1440 Orlando, FL ASL/CSI Vanessa Nylander Lily Quintus Robert Corchado Evelyn Rivera Corchado Death Investigation Hit and Run Drug Offenses Orange County 4/9/2014 FDLE NUMBER: SUBMISSION: 7 AGENCY NUMBER: SUBPOENAS PERTAINING TO THIS CASE SHOULD REFER TO THE FDLE NUMBER. Wayne A. Walker Jr. Crime Laboratory Analyst Biology Section REFERENCE: This report references evidence submitted to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement on July 10, 2014 by Frank Defeo. This report may contain conclusions, opinions, and/or interpretations made by the author. EVIDENCE: FDLE Agency Description Item# Exhibit# 23 K2 Buccal swabs represented as being from Evelyn Rivera Corchado REMARKS: Per ASA Lisa Gong, the submitted evidence is being returned to your agency without examination. Exhibit K2 is available for retrieval or return at the earliest opportunity. Abbreviations that may appear in this report are: CODIS Combined DNA Index System; DNA deoxyribonucleic acid, PCR Polymerase Chain Reaction; STR short tandem repeat', Y-STR male specific short tandem repeat', FBI Federal Bureau ofinvestigation', and JFS Journal offorensic Sciences. Questions regarding this report should be addressed to: Service Page 1 of 1 Integrity Respect * Quality B12O7

4 FDLE Florida Department of Law Enforcement Gerald M. Bailey Commissioner Orlando Regional Operations Center 500 W. Robinson St. Orlando, Florida LABORATORY REPORT January 10, 2014 Rick Scott, Governor Pam Bondi, Attorney General Jeff Atwater, Chief Financial Officer Adam Putnam', Commissioner of Agriculture TO: ATTN: Sheriff Donald F. Eslinger Seminole County Sheriffs Office 100 Bush Blvd. Sanford, FL D/S J Smith FDLE NUMBER: SUBMISSION: 1 AGENCY NUMBER: SUBPOENAS PERTAINING TO THIS CASE SHOULD REFER TO THE FDLE NUMBER. SUBJECT(S): OFFENSE(S): Robert Alex Corchado f/ rvf Drug Offenses Seminole County <! Carol M. Petersop-ÿ Semur-OrimsTÿaboratory Analyst 12/2/2013 Chemistry Section REFERENCE: This report references evidence submitted to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement on December 27, 2013 by N. Cummings. This report may contain conclusions, opinions, and/or interpretation's made by the author. EVIDENCE: FDLE Item# 1 1 Agency Exhibit# BJT1A BITIB Description Unknown crystals Unknown off-white substance RESULTS: 1 BJT1A 1 BJT1B 3,4-Methylenedioxymethcatbinone. (One bag tested.) Not analyzed. REMARKS: Questions regarding this report should be addressed to: Page 1 of 1 Service Integrity * Respect * Quality.-5 ' JL. 00

5 FDLE Florida Department of Law Enforcement Gerald M. Bailey Commissioner Orlando Regional Operations Center 500 W. Robinson St. Orlando, Florida LABORATORY REPORT March 10,2014 Rick Scott, Governor Pam Bondi, Attorney General Jeff Atwater, Chief Financial Officer Adam Putnam, Commissioner of Agriculture TO: ATTN: Sheriff Donald F. Eslinger Seminole County Sheriffs Office 100 Bush Blvd. Sanford, FL D/S J Smith FDLE NUMBER: SUBMISSION: 2 AGENCY NUMBER: SUBPOENAS PERTAINING TO THIS CASE SHOULD REFER TO THE FDLE NUMBER. SUBJECT(S): OFFENSE(S): Robert Alex Corchado Drag Offenses Seminole County 12/2/2013 Carol M. Peterson Senior Crime Laboratory Analyst Chemistry Section REFERENCE: This report references evidence submitted to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement on January 24, 2014 by D. Klein. This report may contain conclusions, opinions, and/or interpretations made by the author. EVIDENCE: FDLE Agency Description Item# Exhibit 2 BJT2 Unknown substance RESULTS: 2 BJT2 Heroin, 4.31 ± 0.47 grams. (Twenty-two bags tested, weight is contents of tested bags.) REMARKS: The reported uncertainty is based on the standard uncertainty multiplied by a coverage factor k=3, providing a level of confidence of 99.7%. Questions regarding this report should be addressed to: Page 1 of 1 Seivlce * Integrity * Respect i Quality -11 Ac A. w'-aq

6 Completed Trainninq Program / Course Title Presented By Total Hours Date Completed Pen-Link CIA Invited Guest Pen-Link Technology & Training Event Speaker August 26.& 27,'2014 Pen-Link CIA Pen-Link 16 Technology & August Training Event 26 & 27, 2014 Introduction to CDR and Tower Data _ ETS 8 (ETS LE April 14,2014 S002) Call Analysis Training School (CATS) & Cell Site Intelligence (CSI) Pen-Link 32 November 7, 2013 Automated Facial Recognition & Face Comparison Training Pinellas County Sheriffs Office 4 January 2, Public Records Law Review FDLE N/A December 26, 2012 Basic Cell Phone Investigations (Cyber Investigations 105 BCPI) Introduction to Internet Investigations Identifying and Seizing Electronic Evidence National Data Exchange (N-Dex) National White Collar Crime Center _(NW3C) 14 October 17, 2012 FDLE Computer Crime Center 6 March 5, 2012 National White Collar Crime Center _ (NW3C) _ N/A March 1,2012 _ System Users _ FBI 4 February 14, 2012 Cell Phone Investigations GeoCell 16 January 25, 2012 Advanced ICS / ICS 400 FDLE 14 September 24, 2010 Intermediate ICS / ICS 300 FDLE 20 September 24, 2010 National Response Framework / ICS 800 FEMA N/A July 29, 2010 National Incident Management System (NIMS) / ICS 700 FEMA N/A July 23, 2010 ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents / ICS 200 FEMA N/A July 20, 2010 Introduction to Human Trafficking St. Petersburg College; FL Regional Community Policing Institute 8 July 1, 2010 Missing Abducted Children Response Initiatives NCMEC 8 June 24, 2010 HSK Initiative Seminar FBI / FDLE 8 June 22, 2010 NamUs Missing / Unidentified _ Training _ NamUs / FDLE 8 June 21, 2010 Fundamental Concepts of Criminal LEIU / IALELA 5 May 7, 2010 Intelligence Advanced Analytical Skills LEIU / IALELA 5 May 7, 2010 LEIU / IALELA Training Seminar LEIU / IALELA N/A May 7, 2010 LInX Trainning FDLE / LInX 4 February 2, 2010 Law Enforcement Intelligence "Toolbox" MI State University School of CJ - Intel Program / FEMA 20 January 22, 2010 Amanda Bartolome Stephens 9/4/ : 01270

7 Completed Trainninq MI State University School of Sustaining the Intelligence Capacity CJ - 8 January 22, 2010 Intel Program / FEMA Florida Law Enforcement Analyst _ Academy _ FDLE 204 December 14, 2009 Analytical Investigation Trainning FDLE / MBI 3 November 2, 2009 Florida Law Enforcement Analyst Training (FLEAT) II FDLE 40 March 6, 2009 Law Enforcement Analyst Summit Various 15 February 4, 2009 Florida Intelligence Unit Conference FlU/Various 24 November 17, 2008 DOC Outside Agency Training DOC 6 October 30, 2008 Homeland Security Threat Assessment Workshop Basic Law Enforcement Analyst CENTRA / Christopher Hickey 6 September 30, 2008 _ Training _ FDLE 40 July 14,2008 METHCHECK Training Ed Hudson 2 July 10, 2008 InSite Training - All Modules Lori Sanders, FDLE 7 March 25, 2008 Computerized Criminal History Robin Sparkman, FDLE 2 March 11, 2008 FACTS Training Robin Sparkman, FDLE 5 March 5, 2008 PENLINK Special Agent Jeff Portz, FDLE 8 March 4, 2008 FCIC II / E-AGENT Hands On _ Training _ FDLE 3 February 28, 2008 CJIS Certification FDLE 4 February 13, 2008 Intro. To Incident Command System Course /ICS 100 Incident Command System Course _ (OROC) / ICS 100 _ Web Based Training 4 January 1, 2006 Web Based Training 3 September 9, 2005 Incident Management Team Training Web Based Training 2 August 9, 2005 (OROC) Public Records Steve Brady, FDLE 2 March 29, 2005 Amanda Bartolome Stephens 9/4/ m JL t =j,,

8 DEFENDANT: Robert Aiex Corchado FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL TRAFFIC HOMICIDE INVESTIGATION INVESTIGATIVE COSTS CASE NUMBER: FHP ARREST DATE: 4/10/14 CHARGE(S): The following itemized investigative costs have been incurred by the Florida Highway Patrol of the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles in connection with the above named criminal investigation. The Florida Highway Patrol requests that these costs be included and entered in the judgment rendered against the convicted defendant as provided in Section , Florida Statute, to be deposited in the Law Enforcement Trust Fund of the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. DOCUMENTED INVESTIGATIVE COSTS Date Hours Salary (hourly) Total Date Hours Salary (hourly) Total 7/1/ /8/ /11/ /12/ /18/ All other documented expenses: Page 5 of 5 Sub-Total (if applicable) Total I hereby certify and affirm that the above-stated investigative costs were actually incurred by the Florida Highway Patrol as necessary costs in the investigation of the above named person. Corporal: JL OAa, Q (Signaturd'ot Affiant) Sworn to me this Law Enforcemei rqj davqtttu (L Florida Statutes HSMV (09/08) :S1 7

9 FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL TRAFFIC HOMICIDE INVESTIGATION INVESTIGATIVE COSTS DEFENDANT: Robert Alex Corchado CASE NUMBER: FHP ARREST DATE: 4/10/14 CHARGE(S): Leaving scene with injuries, Trafficking in 14 Grams or more heroin, The following itemized investigative costs have been incurred by the Florida Highway Patrol of the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles in connection with the above named criminal investigation. The Florida Highway Patrol requests that these costs be included and entered in the judgment rendered against the convicted defendant as provided in Section , Florida Statute, to be deposited in the Law Enforcement Trust Fund of the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. DOCUMENTED INVESTIGATIVE COSTS Date Hours Salary (hourly) Total Date Hours Salary (hourly) Total 4/9/ /10/ /11/ /12/ /13/ /14/ /15/ /16/ /17/ /18/ /20/ /21/ /22/ /23/ All other documented expenses: Trancription of all sworn, digitally recorded interviews taken for a total of dollars. Audio of FHP radio downloaded for a total of 0.85 cents. Page 1 of 5 Sub-Total (if applicable) 6, Total 16, I hereby certify and affirm that the above-stated investigative costs were actually incurred by the Florida Highway Patrol as necessary costs in the investigation of the above named person. Sworaip me this Law EnfomementO l A\ dav of Corporal: TldLj. <30t4- bo ', Section Florida Statutes L& R (Signature of Affi iÿnt) HSMV (09/08) SS. fc? JL E

10 DEFENDANT: Robert Alex Corchado FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL TRAFFIC HOMICIDE INVESTIGATION INVESTIGATIVE COSTS CASE NUMBER: FHP ARREST DATE: 4/10/14 Possession of cocaine with intent to sell, manufacture, or deliver, or possess with CHARGE(S): intent to sell manufacture, or deliver, a controlled subtance_ The following itemized investigative costs have been incurred by the Florida Highway Patrol of the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles in connection with the above named criminal investigation. The Florida Highway Patrol requests that these costs be included and entered in the judgment rendered against the convicted defendant as provided in Section , Florida Statute, to be deposited in the Law Enforcement Trust Fund of the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. DOCUMENTED INVESTIGATIVE COSTS Date Hours Salary (hourly) Total Date Hours Salary (hourly) Total 4/24/ /25/ /28/ /29/ /30/ /1/ /2/ /5/ /6/ /7/ /8/ /9/ /10/ /13/ All other documented expenses: Page _2 of 5 Sub-Total (if applicable) 4, Tota! 16, I hereby certify and affirm that the above-stated investigative costs were actually incurred by the Florida Highway Patrol as necessary costs in the investigation of the above named person. Corporal: B_yfo JA\ (Signature of Sworn to me this 3J day of c rtuicf, Law EiÿrcemeraJ3fficer, ejbtion Florida Statutes HSMV (09/08) - JL f

11 DEFENDANT: Robert Alex Corchado FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL TRAFFIC HOMICIDE INVESTIGATION INVESTIGATIVE COSTS CASE NUMBER: FHP ARREST DATE: 4/10/14 CHARGE(S): Possession of 20 grams or less of cannabis and Use or possession of drug paraphernalia The following itemized investigative costs have been incurred by the Florida Highway Patrol of the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles in connection with the above named criminal investigation. The Florida Highway Patrol requests that these costs be included and entered in the judgment rendered against the convicted defendant as provided in Section , Florida Statute, to be deposited in the Law Enforcement Trust Fund of the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. DOCUMENTED INVESTIGATIVE COSTS Date Hours Salary (hourly) Total Date Hours Salary (hourly) Total 5/14/ /15/ /16/ /19/ /20/ /21/ /22/ /24/ /25/ /27/ /2/ /8/ /9/ /10/ All other documented expenses: Page 3 of 5 Sub-Total (if applicable) 2, Total 16, I hereby certify and affirm that the above-stated investigative costs were actually incurred by the Florida Highway Patrol as necessary costs in the investigation of the above named person. Sworn to me this alfc. ly of Juicj. Corporal: (3 (Signature of Affiant) ) Law Enforcement Officerÿ HSMV (09/08) 0 Florida Statutes : SiSTS

12 DEFENDANT: Robert Alex Corchado FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL TRAFFIC HOMICIDE INVESTIGATION INVESTIGATIVE COSTS CASE NUMBER: FHP ARREST DATE: 4/10/14 CHARGE(S): The following itemized investigative costs have been incurred by the Florida Highway Patrol of the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles in connection with the above named criminal investigation. The Florida Highway Patrol requests that these costs be included and entered in the judgment rendered against the convicted defendant as provided in Section , Florida Statute, to be deposited in the Law Enforcement Trust Fund of the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. DOCUMENTED INVESTIGATIVE COSTS Date Hours Salary (hourly) Total Date Hours Salary (hourly) Total 6/12/ /14/ /15/ /16/ /20/ /21/ /22/ /23/ /24/ /26/ /27/ /28/ /29/ /30/ All other documented expenses: Page 4 of 5 Sub-Total (if applicable) 2, Total 16, I hereby certify and affirm that the above-stated investigative costs were actually incurred by the Florida Highway Patrol as necessary costs in the investigation of the above named person. Sworn to me this i sh day of Corporal: fi -Pn (Signature of Affiant)" sf~xai \3s icer, Section Florida Statutes Law Enforcement HSMV (09/08) : S12TS

13 FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL SUBJECT: CASE NO.: TRAFFIC HOMICIDE INVESTIGATION RELEASE FHP TO: Corporal Brian J. Gensier Orlando, FL This is to certify that the above captioned case was received by this office and: This case was not reviewed by this office and may be released per FHP policy. We do not intend to file a criminal information based on the information provided. n A criminal information was filed and the above investigation was disclosed to the defense counsel as a result of discovery, or disclosed at a public hearing. A criminal information was filed and all prosecution and appeals in this case are completed. The Florida Highway Patrol will release the above captioned case as a public record in accordance with Florida Statutes. (Signature of State Attorney) (State Attorney s Name-Typed/Printed) (State Attorney s Circuit) (Date) FHP-FNP018 Page 1 - r

14 FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL TRAFFIC HOMICIDE REPORT Prepared By: Reviewed By: Master Brian J. Gensler (Investigator) Sergeant Francina L. Ogburn (THl Sergeant) Class: 1 THI Case No. FHP-RF002 FHP Page_ 2 : uivi t'o

15 TABLE OF CONTENTS Page(s) 1 Prosecutor s or Supervisor s Release (HSMV or HSMV 62004) 2 Cover Sheet (HSMV 62699) or (HSMV 62700) 3 Table of Contents (HSMV 62701) 4-64 Investigative Report (HSMV 62702) Reconstruction Diagram (HSMV 62703) Witness List (HSMV 62704) J Statements and/or Written Interviews (If applicable) (HSMV 62705, HSMV 62751, HSMV 62752) 1 06 Chemical Test Information (HSMV 62706) 107 Arrest Information (HSMV 62709) Exhibits* Crash Report 1 36 Medical Examiner Case Synopsis Driver's License Transcripts F. D - L. IR Rp.porhs _ * Orange County Forensics Report Investigation Conducted by: Master Brian J. Gensler 6 JL Traffic Homicide Investigator Investigation Reviewed by: Investigation Reviewed by: Jf vsÿekvisofj Co*)HP 1 Caplin /ÿesigne< A 7/8/14 \ Date. - Date J-hW4 mi Date Case Number FHP Page 3 HSMV (Rev. 09/08) : SiSTS

16 INVESTIGATIVE REPORT ASSIGNMENT On Wednesday, April 9, 2014, at 3:44 P.M., I was notified by the Florida Highway Patrol Orlando Regional Communication Center of a possible fatal traffic crash that occurred on State Road 551 (Goldenrod Road) northbound, north of University Blvd., at the address of 4035 Goldenrod Road, Orlando, FL in Orange County, Florida. The address is the business of Kindercare Learning Center (daycare). I arrived on scene at 4:11 P.M. This crash involved two vehicles. One of the vehicles entered the building of Kindercare Learning Center and the other vehicle left the scene of the crash. There were multiple children pedestrians from the building transported to hospitals. As a result of the crash, one child pedestrian suffered fatal injuries, two serious bodily injuries, 10 non-incapacitating injuries and adult pedestrian non-incapacitating injury. One occupant from the vehicle who entered the building was treated for injuries on Thursday, April 10, ROADWAY The initial crash occurred on northbound outside lane of State Road 551 (Goldenrod Road) at the business entrance to 4035 Goldenrod Road, Orlando, FL (Kindercare Learning Center). State Road 551 is a designated north-south roadway and the roadway travels in a north-south direction in the area of the crash. State Road 551 consists of two northbound through lanes and two southbound through lanes. There are two southbound inside left turn lanes south of the area of the crash. There is one southbound outside right turn lane south of the area of the crash. There is one Case Number FHP Page 4 : sisee

17 INVESTIGATIVE REPORT northbound inside left turn lane north of the area of the crash. The northbound lanes were divided from the southbound lanes by a raised concrete median. The median is 6 feet 3 inches in width. The width of the northbound outside lane is 13 feet 8 inches. The width of the northbound inside lane is 11 feet 9 inches. The width of the northbound inside left turn lane is 11 feet 2 inches. The width of the southbound inside left turn lane is 11 feet 2 inches. The width of the southbound outside left turn fane is 11 feet 2 inches. The width southbound inside through lane is 11 feet. The width of the southbound outside through lane is 13 feet 6 inches. The width of the southbound outside right turn lane is 12 feet 6 inches. The outer edges of the northbound and southbound outside lanes are abutted by a raised concrete curbing. The outside edges of north and southbound State Road 551 is marked by solid white painted line. The through lanes for northbound traffic are separated from each other by intermittent white pained lines. The through lanes for southbound traffic are separated from each other by solid white lines for the first 200 feet north of the intersection of University Blvd. than change to intermittent white painted lines. The inside edge of northbound and southbound of State Road 551 are marked by solid yellow painted line. State Road 551 is composed of asphalt that is in a traffic polished condition. The coefficient of friction of eastbound State Road 551 is.65. The grade at the area of the crash is 0%. The superelevation of the roadway at the area of the crash is 0%; however, the roadway is crowned for water drainage. The posted speed limit for eastbound State Road 551 is 45 miles per hour. There is a speed limit sign posted for northbound traffic 225 feet Case Number FHP Page 5 :SiSSl

18 INVESTIGATIVE REPORT north of the area of collision. There were no adverse highway characteristics or defects found that would have contributed to this crash. The most southern portion of the driveway entrance to Kindercare Learning Center is 275 feet north of the intersection for University Blvd. The entrance to Kindercare Learning Center has a 7% upgrade for the first 8 feet east of State Road 551 and then turns into a gradual downgrade of 5%. The driveway for Kindercare Learning Center is 23 feet 6 inches in width. The raised concrete curbing directly in front of the Kindercare Learning Center that abuts the northbound lanes has a grass shoulder that is 3 feet in width to the east. There is a paved concrete sidewalk near State Road 551 that abuts the east side of the grass that is 5 feet 2 inches in width. There is a grassy area that separates the paved concrete sidewalk from another concrete paved sidewalk. The grassy area is 17 feet 8 inches in width. The paved concrete sidewalk near the parking lot east of the grassy area is 5 feet 2 inches in width. There is another strip of grassy area east of the second sidewalk shaped in an upside down L" from a northerly direction. The thin portion of this grassy area is 5 feet in width and the north portion widest section is 23 feet in width. The parking lot for Kindercare Learning Center is east of the grassy area shaped in an L form. The entrance to the parking lot east of the grassy area is 23 feet in width. The parking lot is 59 feet 9 inches in width from the west outer edge to the east outer edge. There are 11 parking spaces on the west side of the parking lot, closest to the State Road 551 and there are 11 parking spaces on the east side of the parking lot, closest to the building. The second parking space on the north Case Number FHP Page 6 : 1

19 INVESTIGATIVE REPORT side, east side of the parking lot for Kindercare Center is a concrete ramp instead of a parking space. The concrete ramp leads to the raised 6 inch concrete sidewalk east of the parking lot. The concrete ramp is 3 feet 8 inches in width. The paved concrete sidewalk that abuts the east side of the parking lot is 5 feet 2 inches in width. There is a landscaped area that abuts the east side of the sidewalk directly in front of the Kindercare Learning Center building. The landscaped area is covered with mulch and had shrubbery bushes in a line formation in front of the building. The Kindercare Learning Center building was built in the year of The length of the front of the building is 70 feet and the width of the building is 70 feet. There are two rooms on the north side of the building 24 feet wide. The room to the front of the building is 30 feet 8 inches in length. The room to the rear of the building is 37 feet 8 inches in length. The surrounding outside walls was made out of a wood frame installed with cooling/heating installation. The lower portion of the outer wall was lined with cement bricks. The flooring for the two rooms was installed with vinyl tile. The two rooms were separated by a dividing wall that was constructed out of drywall held up by wooden studs and a door. VEHICLE: V-1: V-1 was a silver 2005 Dodge Durango. V-1 was equipped with an automatic transmission, power-assisted steering and power-assisted front and rear disc brakes. V-1 was equipped with V liter engine and rear wheel drive chassis. V-1 was equipped with standard occupant restraint devices which consisted of lap belts and Case Number FHP Page 7 * S3 J.

20 INVESTIGATIVE REPORT shoulder harnesses. V-1 was also equipped with driver and front seat passenger air bags which did not deploy during the crash. V-1 had the assigned Florida tag number and V.I.N. number. OCCUPANT: V-1 DRIVER: (D-1): D-1 was Robert Alex Corchado, a maie who was 28 years old at the time of the crash. D-1 resided D-1 had a valid Florida class E operator s license with no restrictions and endorsement. Physical evidence in the form of (fingerprints and D.N.A. samples) from D-1 and statements made by an independent witness located at the address of 32808, was used to identify Robert Alex Corchado as the driver of V-1 and sole occupant. It is unknown if D-1 was wearing his occupant restraint device at the time of the collision. This investigation was unable to determine where D-1 was coming from or going to. Just prior to the area of the crash, V-1 was traveling northbound on State Road 551 in the outside lane approaching the business entrance to Kindercare Learning Center. D-1 should have been familiar with the area of the crash, due to traveling this route on previous occasions from his phone records. D- 1 also should have been familiar with V-1, due to the amount of time he spent driving this V-1, which was documented by different persons on different occasions. VEHICLE: V-2: V-2 was a black 2006 Toyota Solara convertible. V-1 was equipped with an automatic transmission, power-assisted steering and power-assisted front and rear disc brakes. V-2 was equipped with V liter engine and front wheel drive chassis. V-2 was Case Number FHP Page 8 : SiSS-4

21 INVESTIGATIVE REPORT equipped with standard occupant restraint devices which consisted of tap belts and shoulder harnesses. V-2 was also originally equipped with driver and front seat passenger air bags which did not deploy during the crash. V-2 had the assigned Florida tag number and V.i.N. number. OCCUPANT: V-2 DRIVER: (D-21: D-2 was Albert Dean Campbell, a male who was 61 years old at the time of the crash. D-2 resided D-1 had a valid Florida class E operator s license with no restrictions or endorsement. D-2 had presented his Florida Driver s License to the Traffic Crash Investigator, (Trooper Ricardo Reyes) and advised him he was the driver of V-2. There was one other occupant in V-2. D-2 was wearing his occupant restraint device at the time of the collision which consisted of a shoulder and lap belt. D-2 reported no injuries at the scene. D-2 was coming from Logan s Steakhouse restaurant on University Blvd., west of State Road 434 (Alafaya Trail) and was heading to his wife s work, which is located in the Goldenrod Plaza at Just prior to the area of the crash, V-2 was traveling northbound on State Road 551 in the outside lane making a right turn into the dual business entrance of Goldenrod Plaza and Kindercare Learning Center. D-2 was familiar with the route he was traveling and familiar with driving V-2. OCCUPANT: V-2 FRONT RIGHT (0-1): 0-1 was Kimberly Bailey Campbell, a female who was 53 years old at the time of the crash. 0-1 resided at She was seated in the front right seat of V-2. She was wearing Case Number FHP Page 9 :: Si

22 INVESTIGATIVE REPORT her occupant restraint device at the time of the collision which consisted of a lap belt and shoulder harness. She was not transported for her injuries; however, she received medical treatment on the following day from her physician, Doctor Son Nguyen. She was then referred by her physician to the Stand-Up MRI of Orlando injuries sustained in the crash. Her injuries consisted of pain to her lower back, neck pain, left shoulder, upper left arm and numbness in the left hand. PEDESTRIAN: P-1 P-1 was Lily Quintus, a female who was 4 years old at the time of the crash. P-1 had the address of Prior to the collision, she was occupying the room located in the northwest side of the building of Kindercare Learning Center. She was transported to Arnold Palmer Regional Medical Center, due to receiving serious bodily injuries. She was pronounced deceased by Dr. Mark Levy at 6:15 P.M. at Arnold Palmer Regional Medical Center. PEDESTRIAN: P-2 P-2 was June Decalzada, a female who was 3 years old at the time of the crash. P-2 had the address of Prior to the collision, she was occupying the room located in the northwest side of the building of Kindercare Learning Center. She was transported to Arnold Palmer Regional Medical Center, due to receiving serious bodily injuries. PEDESTRIAN: P-3 P-3 was Kaleb Infante, a male who was 4 years old at the time of the crash. P-3 had Case Number FHP Page 10 SiSISS

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