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'Didn't Mean for This to Happen': Wisconsin Man Sentenced in Hit-And-Run Death of Public Works Worker

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'Didn't Mean for This to Happen': Wisconsin Man Sentenced in Hit-And-Run Death of Public Works Worker

'Didn't Mean for This to Happen': Wisconsin Man Sentenced in Hit-And-Run Death of Public Works Worker

A man charged in a hit-and-run death of a Milwaukee Department of Public Works employee was sentenced to12 years in prison and another 11 years extended supervision.

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'Didn't Mean for This to Happen': Wisconsin Man Sentenced in Hit-And-Run Death of Public Works Worker

'I JUST WANT THE FAMILY TO KNOW'I JUST WANT THE FAMILY TO KNOWIM SORRY.

I DIDNT MEAN FOR'I JUST WANT THE FAMILY TO KNOWIM SORRY.

I DIDNT MEAN FORTHIS TO HAPPEN.'IM SORRY.

I DIDNT MEAN FORTHIS TO HAPPEN.'THIS TO HAPPEN.'TERRON CLAYBORN SHOWS REMORSE INTERRON CLAYBORN SHOWS REMORSE INCOURT THURSDAY.COURT THURSDAY.COURT THURSDAY.THE 31-YEAR-OLD IS CHARGED INTHE 31-YEAR-OLD IS CHARGED INTHE 31-YEAR-OLD IS CHARGED INTHE DEATH OF A HIT-AND-RUNTHE 31-YEAR-OLD IS CHARGED INTHE DEATH OF A HIT-AND-RUNCRASH -- KILLINGTHE DEATH OF A HIT-AND-RUNCRASH -- KILLINGCRASH -- KILLINGMILWAUKEE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLICMILWAUKEE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLICWORKS EMPLOYEE BRYAN RODRIGUEZ.WORKS EMPLOYEE BRYAN RODRIGUEZ.WORKS EMPLOYEE BRYAN RODRIGUEZ.'WE CANNOT HAVE PEOPLE OUT ON'WE CANNOT HAVE PEOPLE OUT ON'WE CANNOT HAVE PEOPLE OUT ONOUR ROADS OPERATING THEIR CARS'WE CANNOT HAVE PEOPLE OUT ONOUR ROADS OPERATING THEIR CARSAS WEAPONS.'OUR ROADS OPERATING THEIR CARSAS WEAPONS.'AS WEAPONS.'THE CRASH HAPPENED IN FEBRURARYTHE CRASH HAPPENED IN FEBRURARYNEAR 17TH AND VINE.NEAR 17TH AND VINE.PROSECUTORS SAY RODRIGUEZ WASFILLING POTHOLES WHEN A VEHICLEFILLING POTHOLES WHEN A VEHICLECLAYBORN WAS DRIVING SLAMMEDCLAYBORN WAS DRIVING SLAMMEDCLAYBORN WAS DRIVING SLAMMEDINTO HIM -- CLAYBORN AND A WOMANCLAYBORN WAS DRIVING SLAMMEDINTO HIM -- CLAYBORN AND A WOMANRAN AWAYINTO HIM -- CLAYBORN AND A WOMANRAN AWAYRAN AWAYFROM THE CRASH SCENE.

'I NEVERFROM THE CRASH SCENE.

'I NEVERMEANT TO INTENTIONALLY MEANT TOMEANT TO INTENTIONALLY MEANT TOMEANT TO INTENTIONALLY MEANT TORUN INTO HIM I SLID INTO HIM ITMEANT TO INTENTIONALLY MEANT TORUN INTO HIM I SLID INTO HIM ITWAS OUT OF MY CONTROL.

JUDGE -RUN INTO HIM I SLID INTO HIM ITWAS OUT OF MY CONTROL.

JUDGE -WAS OUT OF MY CONTROL.

JUDGE -WAS OUT OF MY CONTROL.

JUDGE -SO THEN HOW COME YOU RAN?

ISO THEN HOW COME YOU RAN?

ISO THEN HOW COME YOU RAN?

IFREAKED OUT I PANICKED'SO THEN HOW COME YOU RAN?

IFREAKED OUT I PANICKED'IN COURT THURSDAY -- CLAYBORNFREAKED OUT I PANICKED'IN COURT THURSDAY -- CLAYBORNFREAKED OUT I PANICKED'IN COURT THURSDAY -- CLAYBORNSAID HE HIT A PATCH OF ICE ANDIN COURT THURSDAY -- CLAYBORNSAID HE HIT A PATCH OF ICE ANDIN COURT THURSDAY -- CLAYBORNSAID HE HIT A PATCH OF ICE ANDDIDN'T NOTICE THE DPWSAID HE HIT A PATCH OF ICE ANDDIDN'T NOTICE THE DPWDIDN'T NOTICE THE DPWDIDN'T NOTICE THE DPWTRUCK -- TAKING RESPONSIBILITYTRUCK -- TAKING RESPONSIBILITYTRUCK -- TAKING RESPONSIBILITYFOR WHAT HAPPENED.FOR WHAT HAPPENED.BUT RODRIGUEZ'S MANAGERBUT RODRIGUEZ'S MANAGERDISAGREES.DISAGREES.DISAGREES.'IM OUT ON THE STREETS EVERY'IM OUT ON THE STREETS EVERY'IM OUT ON THE STREETS EVERYDAY THERE WAS NOT A LICK OF ICE'IM OUT ON THE STREETS EVERYDAY THERE WAS NOT A LICK OF ICEANYWHERE.'DAY THERE WAS NOT A LICK OF ICEANYWHERE.'ANYWHERE.'CLAYBORN SAYS HE RAN FROM THECLAYBORN SAYS HE RAN FROM THESCENE TO GET IN CONTACT WITH ACLAYBORN SAYS HE RAN FROM THESCENE TO GET IN CONTACT WITH ALAWYER.SCENE TO GET IN CONTACT WITH ALAWYER.SCENE TO GET IN CONTACT WITH ALAWYER.THE D-A SAYS CLAYBORN WASLAWYER.THE D-A SAYS CLAYBORN WASTHE D-A SAYS CLAYBORN WASTHE D-A SAYS CLAYBORN WASDRIVING WITH A SUSPENDED LICENSETHE D-A SAYS CLAYBORN WASDRIVING WITH A SUSPENDED LICENSE--DRIVING WITH A SUSPENDED LICENSE------AND HAS SEVERAL PREVIOUS TRAFFICAND HAS SEVERAL PREVIOUS TRAFFICAND HAS SEVERAL PREVIOUS TRAFFICCITATIONS.

'A VEHICULAR FATALITYCITATIONS.

'A VEHICULAR FATALITYCITATIONS.

'A VEHICULAR FATALITYTHAT OCCURS BECAUSE THECITATIONS.

'A VEHICULAR FATALITYTHAT OCCURS BECAUSE THEDEFENDANT WAS DRIVING IN ATHAT OCCURS BECAUSE THEDEFENDANT WAS DRIVING IN ATHAT OCCURS BECAUSE THEDEFENDANT WAS DRIVING IN AMANNER IN WHICH HEDEFENDANT WAS DRIVING IN AMANNER IN WHICH HEMANNER IN WHICH HEIMPACTED A VEHICLE TRAPPING THEIMPACTED A VEHICLE TRAPPING THEVICTIM BETWEEN THE TWO VEHICLESVICTIM BETWEEN THE TWO VEHICLESVICTIM BETWEEN THE TWO VEHICLESAND CAUSING HIS DEATH.

AND THENVICTIM BETWEEN THE TWO VEHICLESAND CAUSING HIS DEATH.

AND THENHE RUNSAND CAUSING HIS DEATH.

AND THENHE RUNSHE RUNSAWAY.'

CLAYBORN WAS SENTENCED TOAWAY.'

CLAYBORN WAS SENTENCED TO121212YEARS IN PRISON AND ANOTHER 11YEARS IN PRISON AND ANOTHER 11YEARS IN PRISON AND ANOTHER 11YEARS EXTENDED SUPERVISION.YEARS EXTENDED SUPERVISION.'ITS A PRETTY DECENT SENTENCE'ITS A PRETTY DECENT SENTENCEBUT I THINK HE TOOK A LIFE HE'ITS A PRETTY DECENT SENTENCEBUT I THINK HE TOOK A LIFE HESHOULD GET LIFE.'BUT I THINK HE TOOK A LIFE HESHOULD GET LIFE.'SHOULD GET LIFE.'DPW EMPLOYEES SAY THERE IS ADPW EMPLOYEES SAY THERE IS AMEMORIAL IN HONOR OF RODRIGUEZMEMORIAL IN HONOR OF RODRIGUEZMEMORIAL IN HONOR OF RODRIGUEZAT THEIR HEADQUARTERS IN WHICHAT THEIR HEADQUARTERS IN WHICHAT THEIR HEADQUARTERS IN WHICHTHEY REMEMBER HIM EVERY DAY.AT THEIR HEADQUARTERS IN WHICHTHEY REMEMBER HIM EVERY DAY.LIVE IN THE NEWSROOM --CHRISTINA VAN ZELST FOX6 NEWS.THEY REMEMBER HIM EVERY DAY.LIVE IN THE NEWSROOM --CHRISTINA VAN ZELST FOX6 NEWS.LIVE IN THE NEWSROOM --CHRISTINA VAN ZELST FOX6 NEWS.




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