Monday, December 4, 2017

Despite Posting References of Getting High on his Facebook Page, Monroe County, NY District Attorney’s Office Say They Have No Reason to Think Fatal Hit and Run Suspect Was Under The Influence


Jon Jamberdino


Shortly after The Davy V. Blog published screenshots of Jon Jamberdino’s Facebook posts, where he posted at least a half dozen references to getting high, the Facebook page was taken down. 

Read original story below.

By Davy V.

On Thursday November 30th, Jill Skivington-Jacket, a high school English teacher, went for an early morning run in Rochester, NY.

Jill Skivington-Jacket

As she began to cross Elmwood Avenue near the University of Rochester, she had no idea it would be her last run.

Jon Jamberdino, a 27-year old Chili, NY man, hit Skivington-Jacket with his car, sending her flying in the air.

Jamberdino kept driving as if nothing happened, leaving Skivington-Jacket behind, lying on the street, dying.

Jon Jamberdino didn’t care.

Jon Jamberdino went home.

Jon Jamberdino eluded police and spent the weekend with his family, while Jill’s family spent the weekend preparing to bury her.

Monday morning, at his leisure and convenience, Jon Jamberdino turned himself in to Rochester, NY Police, with his mommy and his hired gun scumbag attorney by his side.

Jon Jamberdino was charged with leaving the scene of a fatal accident.

His bail was set at only $5,000.


You read that right.


Jon Jamberdino plowed his car into an innocent woman.

A wife.

A daughter.

A sister.

And as she lay in the street, Jon Jamberdino kept going.

Jon Jamberdino didn’t stop.

Jon Jamberdino didn’t care.

And Jon Jamberdino’s bail was only $5,000.

Black and Latino defendants charged with petty marijuana drug offenses typically have bail set much higher than an individual who hit an innocent woman out on her morning run, and took off.

Asked if they thought Jamberdino could have been under the influence of drugs or alcohol when he struck Jill Skivington-Jacket, the Monroe County, NY District Attorney’s Office said they don’t have any reason to believe that he was.


Especially when you consider the fact that Jamberdino’s Facebook page features at least a half dozen posts by him with references to getting high.

Why would the Monroe County, NY District Attorney’s Office be so quick to rule out the possibility that Jon Jamberdino may in fact have been under the influence of drugs when he struck Jill Skivington-Jacket?

“Everything is better with a bag of weed.”

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