Crime Milkwaukee man charged in hit-and-run that killed Marquette University dean

23:05  21 january  2021
23:05  21 january  2021 Source:   nydailynews.com

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A 21-year-old Milwaukee man was charged in the fatal hit - and - run of the former dean of Marquette University , Joseph Daniels.

On Wednesday, January 20, 2021, the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office issued criminal charges against Jordan Jones in connection to a fatal accident that caused the death of Marquette University Dean Joseph Daniels. Jones was charged with one count of Hit and Run – Resulting

Nearly a year after a hit-and-run incident killed a Marquette University administrator, a Milwaukee man has been charged.

Prosecutors asserted in a legal filing Wednesday that Jordan G. Jones, 21, was behind the wheel last February when a vehicle fatally struck business school dean Joe Daniels, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported.

Jones’ girlfriend was arrested last year after telling officials she had been driving, but claimed days later that Jones had urged her to switch seats with him because he didn’t have a license, according to a criminal complaint cited in the report.

a person posing for the camera: Jordan G. Jones © Provided by New York Daily News Jordan G. Jones

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MILWAUKEE — A dean at Marquette University is one of two people struck and killed by suspected drunk drivers in separate crashes on Milwaukee 's near west side, officials said Wednesday. Marquette University officials identified one of the victims as Joe Daniels, 60, a business school dean and a

Milwaukee police have arrested a suspect in a fatal hit - and - run crash that killed two young sisters and injured their cousin. The sisters were holding hands and crossing the street at around 5:30 p.m. when Robinson allegedly sped through a red light, striking the sisters and their 10-year-old cousin

Jordan G. Jones

Daniels, 60, had been crossing a road at the time of the crash, according to prosecutors.

Jones and his girlfriend allegedly remained nearby following the collision but didn’t help the man, the report states.

Jones was charged Wednesday with hit-and-run resulting in death, according to the Journal Sentinel. Jones, who’d already been hit with multiple convictions involving a suspended license, was also reportedly charged Wednesday with driving with a suspended license, causing death.

Together, those charges carry prison time up to 31 years.

Daniels died only a month after he became the College of Business administration’s dean. He had been an economics professor at the university in Milwaukee before that.

Jones is currently in custody.

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