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3 years ago10,000+ Views
Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office declined to press charges against a sheriff’s deputy who was apparently distracted by his mobile digital computer when he fatally struck cyclist Milton Olin Jr. in Calabasas. The incident occurred 8 months ago, but the DA has finally announced that there will be no charges. Olin, A&M Records and Napster executive, landed on the windshield and shattered the glass before rolling off the patrol car. Olin, who was 65 years old and is survived by his wife, Louise, and sons Christopher and Geoffrey. Louise Olin is in the process of launching the Milt Olin Foundation, dedicated to eliminating cycling-related fatalities and serious injuries through education, community awareness, collaboration and advocacy.
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I've been following this case for awhile. I can't believe this outcome
3 years ago·Reply
Inexcusable. Regardless of if it were an accident or not, that poor family deserves something from this tragedy!
3 years ago·Reply
There is just no reason this should end this way :(
3 years ago·Reply
how can it be that there are no consequences....that's just inexcusable..
3 years ago·Reply
This is so sad, my prayers are with his family. There really should have been more repercussions about technology use, things like that distract drivers!
3 years ago·Reply
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