Cooper, 34, is charged with DUI, reckless driving, resisting arrest without violence, and driving with a suspended license. He was taken to Miami-Dade County Jail and was released some hours later. The press did not name an attorney for him.
Joselyn Lopez of North Lauderdale, Florida was taken into police custody on October 26 for allegedly causing a car crash over a year ago that led to the death Christopher Sheehan and injured Jacob Snowhite.
Lopez, 30, faces eight charges, including DUI manslaughter, vehicular homicide, reckless driving and causing serious bodily harm. During a bond court hearing on Friday, a judge set her bond at $47,000 and ordered her not to drive a vehicle under any circumstances. If she manages to post bail, Lopez is to be placed on house arrest with an ankle monitor and will have to submit to weekly drug and alcohol testing.
Juan Calero of Hialeah is being charged for his involvement in the 2015 crash that killed high school graduate Liza Angulo of Miramar and third-year medical student Jonathan Raymond Astaphan.
Calero, 45, was reportedly operating a flatbed truck carrying unsecured concrete barriers when he made a wrong turn on I-75, causing a chain reaction of crashes that led to the death of Angulo, 17, and Astaphan, 29.
Matt Elam, a former University of Florida All-America football player and Baltimore Ravens player, was arrested in Miami on February 25 after he was allegedly found with 126 grams of marijuana and 3.1 grams of oxycodone pills. He faces charges for possession of more than 20 grams of marijuana, possession of a controlled substance, possession with intent to distribute/sell/manufacture, and reckless driving.
Elam, 25, is being held at Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center. He was arrested with Calvin Stewart, 28; Fritz Narcisse, 22; and Abdud Narcisse, 23. Stewart faces charges for resisting an officer without violence and possession of a concealed weapon, and the Narcisse brothers are each facing misdemeanor marijuana possession charges. The press did not name attorneys for any of them.
Joel Ross Hamlar of Pompano Beach, Florida was arrested for his alleged involvement in a March car accident that killed Deborah Etienne and maimed her 15-year-old son, Jameson Etienne. Hamlar, 27, is facing 29 charges including reckless driving, possession of drugs, and DUI manslaughter.
Hamlar was arrested last Thursday after prosecutors learned he was planning to travel to Michigan, which made him a flight risk. He was ordered held without bond by Broward Judge Michael Davis during his first-appearance court session last Friday. News sources did not name an attorney for Hamlar.