Bond set for man who crashed car into home
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A man arrested for the death of Janay Jackson, a teen who died after a car crashed into her bedroom, was in court Saturday morning.
A judge ordered Ismet Sijamhodzic, 51, held on 250 thousand dollars bond for vehicular homicide.
He was arrested Friday night.
Police say on August 28, Sijamhodzic drove his Ford minivan through a stop sign and straight into Jackson's bedroom, who was asleep at the time.
Jackson, a Wolfson senior with a promising future, died just hours later in the hospital from her injuries.
Blood tests reveal Sijamhodzic had both Xanax and marijuana in his system. He also admitted to police he had not slept for three days prior to the crash.
Sijamhodzic remains in the Duval County jail.
His next court appearance is scheduled for October 8th.
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