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Man Who Killed Siblings While Fleeing Police on Wrong Side of Highway Had Lengthy Rap Sheet

Man Who Killed Siblings While Fleeing Police on Wrong Side of Highway Had Lengthy Rap Sheet

“was fleeing Flagler and Volusia deputy sheriffs in a stolen Nissan Altima when he made a U-turn and started driving north in the southbound lanes on I-95”

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Last week, Reginald Harris pulled a u-turn on a highway while fleeing the police. While driving the wrong way at nearly 100 miles an hour, he crashed into another vehicle, killing a young man and woman who were siblings.

Harris, who also died in the crash, had a long rap sheet and a revoked license.

David Harris reports at the Orlando Sentinel:

Orlando man identified as wrong-way driver in crash that killed Wisconsin siblings

The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office identified the wrong-way driver who authorities say last week caused a crash that killed two Wisconsin siblings and injured two others on Interstate 95.

The driver, Reginald Lamar Harris, 47, of Orlando, also died in the crash.

Harris was fleeing Flagler and Volusia deputy sheriffs in a stolen Nissan Altima when he made a U-turn and started driving north in the southbound lanes on I-95 near the I-4 interchange in Daytona Beach, deputies said.

He crashed head-on with an SUV, killing siblings Danycka Milis, 18, and Domynic Milis, 21, and injuring their 13-year-old brother and 17-year-old cousin, Volusia deputies said.

The Milis’ were in Florida vacationing and had just gone to a Christmas light event when the crash happened, deputies said.

What’s remarkable is that Reginald Harris was a free man. His rap sheet is extensive.

WBAY News reports:

Man with lengthy rap sheet killed Omro siblings in crash, sheriff says

A man with a lengthy criminal record caused the crash that killed two Omro siblings in Florida, according to the sheriff.

Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood identified Reginald Lamar Harris, 47, as the man “who murdered Danycka and Domynick Milis.”

Harris did not survive the crash. Chitwood says Harris’ record included 18 felony convictions, 20 misdemeanor convictions, and eight incarcerations. His driver’s license was revoked.

“Known to commit multiple felony robberies with a firearm, home invasion with a firearm, aggravated assault, grand theft and drug possession,” reads Chitwood’s post.

This is the full text of Chitwood’s post on Facebook:

For those who have been asking: This is who murdered Danycka and Domynick Milis on I-95, and injured Drake Milis and Kyley Larsen:

Reginald Lamar Harris, 47 (DOB 1/14/1973), Orlando, now deceased

50 felony charges – 18 convictions

42 misdemeanor charges – 20 convictions

8 incarcerations – most recent prison release date: 9/15/2020

Driver’s license revoked since 2000

Known to commit multiple felony robberies with a firearm, home invasion with a firearm, aggravated assault, grand theft and drug possession

Your heart breaks for the family of the two young people who were killed.

Featured image via Facebook.

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JusticeDelivered | January 6, 2021 at 9:22 am

It is a shame that two likely reputable citizens had to die to get rid of this POS.

    The Friendly Grizzly in reply to JusticeDelivered. | January 6, 2021 at 9:38 am

    At least at this time, the purple didn’t escape with his life. Too often, that happens. This is especially true with drunk and drivers.

    THIS ONLY PROVES MASS INCARCERATION HAS TO STOP or something…..

    Don’t know the specifics of what the relatives in the car did or did not know about the auto – but gotta suspect they at least a little suspected it wasn’t his.

    Reminds me of a horrific local case where a repeat carjacker killed a women when she didn’t give over the keys quick enuf – threw her body in the trunk – then drove around for a week giving rides to his mom and family – until complaints over “what’s that smell” moved him to dump the body in a local cemetery and attempt to burn it up. I always thought the family should have been charged somehow as well.

2smartforlibs | January 6, 2021 at 9:24 am

It’s the cop’s fault for arresting him right? that is liberal logic in this country.

According to the vile Dhimmi-crats’ ethos and platform, Harris is the true “victim,” here. His decisions and choices to engage in recidivist criminality and sociopath behavior are not the product of his own freely-made choices and individual will, but, rather, are allegedly the fault of society and “institutional racism.”

This reprobate and murderer is a perfect example of why “three strikes” laws have been enacted in many states.

Dim-witted, corrupt, tottering, mendacious, avaricious, dotard-marionette, “Big Guy” Biden, now must find another candidate to be U.S. Attorney General.

Sadly, the car with the siblings and cousin had just missed its exit–if they had taken the exit, they would have missed this a*hole. Although he would have hit someone else.

And I can’t resist: the plural of Milis is Milises, not Milis’.

He was decarcerated like the guy in CA.

    Dennis in reply to JimWoo. | January 6, 2021 at 11:55 am

    Well was he decarcerated by a progressive prosecutor, or was he released because he had completed his sentence? I mean I’m all for violent criminals being prosecuted to full extent of the law. I’m also in favor of people being let out of prison once they’ve done their time. I wouldn’t want to live in a country where the government can just throw you in jail because . . . reasons.

    henrybowman in reply to JimWoo. | January 6, 2021 at 3:02 pm

    And now he’s discorporated.

Thanks to the left … a professional felon enabled by other professional felons.

…pulled a u-turn on a highway while fleeing the police. While driving the wrong way…
OK, there’s only 3 possibilities, and the way these sentences are laid out do not actually inform you as to which one.

1) He was already going the wrong way down one side of the highway, and committed a U-turn to go the wrong way down the other side. But the order of the sentences (and lack of other information) doesn’t give that impression.

2) He was going the right way down one side and didn’t do a U-turn, but merely used the U-turn area to cut through to the other side.

3) He was going the correct way, but did a U-turn, staying on the same side of the highway and now driving against traffic. I would hope a tiny bit more information would be provided to indicate that. (“U-turn on highway” really implies to most people, I think, that he used a service cut-through to put himself on the opposite side of the road.)

As to the perp who did this:
“Known to commit multiple felony robberies with a firearm, home invasion with a firearm, aggravated assault, grand theft and drug possession,”
He really (except for the last one) shouldn’t have even been incarcerated. Someone should have shot him and ended things before now.

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