Carey Price- Florida- 2003 (CAPTURED!) Mar 29, 2015 23:50:40 GMT -5
Post by Scumhunter on Mar 29, 2015 23:50:40 GMT -5
Fugitive Profile as of March 30th, 2015 (based on AMW archive, FDLE Most Wanted search):
Full Name: Carey Carl Price
Date of Birth: 10/14/1968 (46 years old)
Traits & Habits: Police say he's a womanizer, likes to hang out at bars, has worked at the medical supply field and information technology
Last Seen: Orange County, Florida
Possible Locations: Florida, Alabama, Bahamas
TIPS: If you have any information on the whereabouts of Carey Price, call the FDLE reporting agency at (407) 836-4357 or submit a web tip to them at the following link: pas.fdle.state.fl.us/pas/setupTip.a?itemSequence=107993768&entityType=WantedPerson
Carey Carl Price was aired at least twice on America's Most Wanted. Below is a somewhat recent article on the case:
ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — A Seminole County father was hit and killed by a drunk driver as he worked along State Road 417 ten years ago. Grady Hill's family hopes a new memorial can help bring his killer to justice.
On Monday, Hill's family and the Florida Department of Transportation placed a memorial near University Boulevard where Hill was killed.
Traci Hill, Grady Hill's daughter, said it's been hard not having her father there for birthdays, dances and graduations.
"I really knew he would be proud of me, but really wanted him to be there," said Traci Hill.
According to police reports, Hill and two coworkers were working construction on S.R. 417 when Cary Carl Price's car slammed into them. Hill's co-workers were injured, but the 38-year old father of four was killed.
"Just being able to hug him, that's what I miss the most is being able to hug my dad," said Traci Hill.
Price was arrested after the crash and faced DUI manslaughter charges, but after bonding out of jail he disappeared.
Hill's family said they hope the newly installed memorial will do more than just remind people to drive safely. They said they want people to remember that Price is still on the run.
Investigators said he took off after he bonded out of jail and may be in hiding in Alabama or the Bahamas.
Traci Hill is now 21 and she has a message for Price or anyone who may know where he is.
"It's been too long. Let us move on because, having to bring it up every year, instead of remembering who my dad was we have to remember how he was taken," said Traci Hill.
The family believes people in central Florida have been in contact with Price.
If you have any information about Price's whereabouts, you are asked to call the Orange County Sheriff's Office.
Thoughts? I realize Florida's a big state and unfortunately DUI manslaughter is not exclusive to any state, but there seems to be so many more of these cases in Florida compared to other states. And once again, it seems to me to be a case of a DUI where someone gets killed but it's not taken seriously enough. As mentioned on The Hunt's profile of Chris Ponce, if you kill someone with a gun or knife, you don't get bail (in most cases- obviously we've seen exceptions on AMW/The Hunt). You kill someone with a car, you kill still someone. That should be enough, but not for Florida judges apparently.
I also found a Facebook page dedicated to finding Price when researching this case, along with an age-enhanced photo that shows what he *might* look like today. I will post the photo along with other links related to the case below: