Carey C. Price was captured in the Dominican Republic after the Central Florida Task Force and the U. S. Marshal’s Service captured him. Price had been using the name of Jay Rice and in a bar in the island nation, he disclosed to another patron that he was wanted in the U. S. That person looked him up on the internet and sent a message on Facebook to the sister of Grady Hill, the man he killed. She contacted police who found him and brought him back to face charges in Orange County, Florida.
Carey C. Price Subject was southbound on the inside lane of State Road 417 approaching the E-Pass lanes of the University Toll Plaza. As the vehicle approached the toll plaza it entered a construction area in which the inside southbound lane was closed.
The lane closure was marked by three-foot orange cones and a lit arrow board which directed the traffic flow to the right (outside lane). Subject apparently swerved to the right to avoid striking the arrow board and as he did so placed the vehicle in a collision course with the southbound outside barrier wall. He then swerved to the left and lost control of the vehicle. The vehicle initiated a counter-clockwise rotation across the inside southbound lane of State Road 417 where the right side of the vehicle impacted three pedestrians (road construction workers). The vehicle then impacted a construction vehicle, then re-crossed the southbound lanes and impacted the outside barrier wall where it came to final rest facing west. There is an active bench warrant for failure to appear with regards to DUI Manslaughter.