Jordi Byrd Detained in Bakersfield Motorcycle Accident on Pacheco Street
BAKERSFIELD, CA (May 4, 2021) – Saturday night, authorities arrested Jordi Byrd following a crash on Pacheco Street and South H Street.
According to reports, the incident took place at about 9:45 p.m. on Pacheco Street and South H Street.
The authorities said that 29-year-old Bakersfield man, Jordi Byrd, intentionally struck a motorcyclist with his car.
As a result, the motorcycle rider hit suffered minor injuries.
Meanwhile, the authorities detained Jordi Byrd for attempted murder.
The Bakersfield Police Department confirmed that motive and other factors remain under investigation.
Also, they urged anyone with information about the incident to contact the Bakersfield Police Department at 661-327-7111.
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