A Sunshine Coast couple reeling from the death of their 22-year-old son in an Oregon crosswalk last month has received "another kick in the stomach" with word that no charges will be filed against the man who killed him.
Connor Jordon was one day from home at the end of a solo motorcycle trip to Las Vegas when he was killed in a crosswalk in Salem, Oregon, by a driver who did not stop for a red light. "We just don't understand," Jordon's stepdad Blake Gray told The Province. "The stoplight is visible from a half-mile away."
Last week, the Marion County District Attorney's office issued a press release stating "no criminal charges will be filed" against the man driving the Dodge pickup that struck Jordon. READ ON