Case involving Winston-Salem man, skateboarding opposite tradition sports car, now ‘resolved’
November 23, 2017 - skateboarding
TAMPA, Fl. —
The box involving a Winston-Salem man, seen skateboarding opposite a tradition Audi R8 in Florida, is now closed, according to a car’s owners Tonya Halvorsrod.
Halvorsrod tells WXII 12 News that she has also requested a Tampa Police Department to tighten a transgression rapist effect case.
Dalton Newbury, of Winston-Salem, was held on camera skateboarding opposite a automobile in Ybor City. Halvorsrod told WXII 12 News that a strange video was posted to Newbury’s Instagram account. However, Newbury’s criticism has given left private.
The repairs to a hood was over $5,600.
Halvorsrod says Newbury’s family paid a cost of damage. On Tuesday, Newbury, Halvorsrod, and Newbury’s profession spoke around phone where Newbury reportedly apologized repeatedly.
“He apologized and pronounced he wasn’t lifted like that. He pronounced it was a foolish mistake and he was contemptible for it,” pronounced Halvorsrod.
Halvorsrod says she forgave him and told him while relocating on, do good things in a universe and zero “dumb.”
No aver for Newbury’s detain is active, according to Halvorsrod.
“I was removing sleepy of only constantly meditative about this. It was wearing me out. He’s a child and we’ve all finished foolish things,” pronounced Halvorsrod.
Halvorsrod says she was means to brand Newbury in a video after dual of his friends sent her messages on amicable media observant it was him.
“I attempted to explain to him that I’m not wealthy. Just given we see something like that doesn’t meant that I’m wealthy,” pronounced Halvorsrod. “I told him, ‘How would we feel if that was your car?”
Halvorsrod says given Newbury was intensely apologetic, she felt it was acceptable to tighten a box on these terms.
“He doesn’t need an detain on his record. He’s 19. He’s only starting out,” pronounced Halvorsrod.
When asked, Newbury’s attorney, Bruce Denson, did not have any comment.