Florida: Tyler Alan Jones charged with DUI manslaughter in death of Dean Alan Crislip

Pasco County Sheriff

From Tampa Tribune

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Tyler Alan Jones DUI fatal Pasco County Sheriff 011616 Pasco County Sheriff, Florida

A 28-year-old Wesley Chapel man was arrested today, charged with drunken driving in a March wreck that claimed the life of a 50-year-old motorcyclist in Pasco County.

Charged was Tyler Alan Jones, according to Florida Highway Patrol troopers who said the two-vehicle wreck killed Dean Alan Crislip of Wesley Chapel.

Troopers said Jones was driving a 2014 Toyota Tacoma north on Old Pasco Road around 9:30 p.m. on March 21 and Crislip was southbound on a 2000 Yamaha motorcycle.   ...MORE

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Dean Crislip photo from Gofundme

Dean Crislip was killed in a tragic motorcycle accident on Saturday night, March 21st. He was a big man with a big heart and an even bigger laugh. It was distinctive. It was infectious. He loved to let it out at the end of every sarcastic comment he could make.

He was very outgoing and never met a stranger. He was incredibly welcoming and made everyone feel like they were a part of any group. That gruff exterior was countered by a big softie on the inside.

Dean Crislip killed by DUI driver Pasco Co Fla.

He never took life too seriously, but was always there to lend a helping hand whenever he could. He was a good shoulder to cry on.

Dean played softball with the Suncoast Softball League for the better part of the last 14 years. He spent much of his time on the HoHo’s (now MetroChefs) and his current team, Woofpack.

His partner, Aaron Davis, also plays in the SSL for the Renegades. Faced with the loss of his partner, Aaron is going to be dealing with costs associated with his tragedy.

Hopefully, we can come together as a family, the Suncoast Softball League and help defray some of the expenses.

Even if you are not a member of the SSL, we ask that you contribute anything you can so we can make this burden on Aaron as minimal as possible.