Date of Release: January 29, 2007
Time of Release: 8:30 a.m.
MEDIA RELEASE-UPDATE-(Original Release Below)
Time: 1:30 am
Location: 1484 Mercy Drive #26
Incident: Apprehension-Fugitive from Justice-Keynon Crowe
Fugitive Investigative Unit opened an investigation to aggressively and actively
work to apprehend and arrest Keynon
Crowe over the weekend. Crowe has been wanted for vehicular homicide, DUI
manslaughter and several other traffic charges (see below release). TAC
detectives were able to locate Kenyon Crowe standing outside the Palms
Apartments. Crowe realized the police were looking for him and ran. TAC
detectives obtained a search warrant on the apartment they believed Crowe ran
into. Once the search warrant was obtained, Crowe agreed to come out of the
apartment and surrender. Crowe was arrested without incident and transported to
the Orange County Booking Facility. This
case is closed and cleared with the arrest.
MEDIA RELEASE-July 26, 2006
What: WARRANT SIGNED/SUSPECT AT-LARGE
Vehicular Homicide, DUI Manslaughter,
DUI Serious bodily Injury, DUI Injury/Property Damage, Reckless Driving
Victim: State of Florida, Edwin Alvarado (deceased), James Britton
(serious bodily injury/property damage),
Keith Kline, Minnie Collier, City of Orlando (property damage)
Suspect: Keynon S.
Crowe B/M 09/30/1979, FL DL C600517793500
The Orlando Police Department Traffic Homicide Unit obtained an arrest warrant
on July 5, 2006, for a suspect wanted in a fatal traffic crash that occurred on
January 20, 2006, on Piedmont Street at Ivey Lane, in Orlando, FL.
The suspect is Keynon
S. Crowe B/M 09/30/1979, of Orlando, FL. Judge Dawson signed the arrest
warrant, which has a $10,000.00 bond.
On January 20, Crowe was driving at a high speed in a residential area, when he
ran a stop sign and caused a crash in which Edwin Alvarado was fatally injured.
One other person was injured and three other parties sustained property damage.
Subsequent investigation determined that Crowe was over twice the legal limit
for alcohol intoxication.
If you know the whereabouts of Crowe, or the details of his crimes, you may be
eligible for a reward of up to $1,000.00. Call CRIMELINE at 1-800-423-TIPS and
remain anonymous. As of today, there have been 36 Traffic Homicide Unit callouts
with 28 fatalities in the City of Orlando.
Contact: Det. Leroy P. Alfred, Jr. or Sgt. Andy Brennan, 407-246-2455
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