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Thursday, November 11, 2010

More ST PETE TIMES SPIN LIES Larmeu

Wow. I hope when I run someone down in the road some dude not only witnesses it he goes to comfort the widow. I'm not buying this story it sounds LIKE BULLSHIT and neither is the widow. Good for her.

Florida Highway Patrol will investigate until it comes up with MORE BAD LIES which no one believes (except larmeu's defender) and hopes everyone has forgotten. They're the worst, LEAST CREATIVE LIARS on record. At least they don't OPENLY stalk us anymore. Just lurk beside the interstate when they can.

Anyway, for my part I'm having a real hard time believing that Larmeu didn't come up with this story for himself. Some other guy had to. And St Pete Times rolls with it ... (naturally)

It sounds like and is highly likely BULLSHIT. How many pedestrian/bicyclist deaths can you read here/

WHO is larmeu related to and why isn't he telling his own stories and answering his phone?

Whatever.


Witness: Unknown driver's lane change spawned Nov. 1 bicyclist death
By Jessica Vander Velde, Times Staff Writer
Posted: Nov 11, 2010 07:02 PM


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THONOTOSASSA — When a bicyclist died Nov. 1 on Fowler Avenue, investigators said a pickup truck entered a triangular safety zone and collided with the bike.

However, a witness interviewed by the Florida Highway Patrol — and later by the St. Petersburg Times — describes a more complicated scenario, one in which the truck was forced to veer off course by a car that abruptly changed lanes.

Anthony Weeks died in the crash. Pickup driver Michael Larmeu was not charged. The Highway Patrol continues to investigate.

The witness, Anson Anglin, 33, said he was driving behind Larmeu as they both exited northbound Interstate 75. The cloverleaf intersection routes drivers through a merge lane onto westbound Fowler Avenue. A triangular safety zone, called a gore, buffers the merge lane from existing Fowler traffic.

As Larmeu approached the Fowler merger, a car crossed lanes and cut him off to make a hard right onto Morris Bridge Road, Anglin said. Larmeu veered left to avoid the car in front of him, the witness said.

Larmeu avoided the car but collided with bicyclist Weeks in the safety zone. Weeks, riding against traffic, was on his way home from a landscaping job.

The Highway Patrol confirmed that Anglin was at the scene and had given a statement. The agency released no further detail. The investigation could take 30 to 90 days, a spokesman said.

After seeing the crash, Anglin immediately left his truck to check on the bicyclist, he said. He found a faint pulse and pressed on Weeks' chest, he said.

When Larmeu got out of his truck, he was visibly distraught, Anglin said.

"It truly was an accident, and this guy has to live with it the rest of his life," said Anglin, who lives in Plant City.

After encountering the dying bicyclist, Anglin felt moved to help his family. He gathered some of his own sons' clothes and toys and brought them to Weeks' workplace. Weeks left an 11-year-old stepson, a 3-year-old son and a 9-week-old baby boy.

Anglin told Weeks' boss what he had seen of the crash.

The boss then shared the story with Weeks' widow, Sabriena Weeks.

She has a hard time visualizing his account, she said. Even if the car contributed to the chain of events, she said, that doesn't change Larmeu's involvement.

"The car's driver didn't hit Tony, the truck did," she said.

A reporter's attempts to talk to Larmeu were not successful.

Jessica Vander Velde can be reached at jvandervelde@sptimes.com or (813) 226-3433.


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