Jordan Solomon, 32, of Jericho was sentenced Tuesday, June 6 to up to 15 years in prison on charges related to a DUI hit-and-run accident in which he was found to have a blood alcohol level of That’s three times his legal limit, according to the Nassau County District Attorney’s Office.

On the night of March 15, 2022, Solomon went out to celebrate his new job, prosecutors said.

After the event, he got into his car and drove home drunk.

At around 11:45 p.m., Salomon’s 2021 Kia K5 hit the back of victim Stanley Christopher Sobrian’s motorcycle while traveling west on the Jericho Turnpike, knocking Sobrian into Salomon’s windshield glass and crashed the motorcycle into the front of the Kia.

Solomon was traveling at 100 miles per hour when the crash occurred, the prosecutor’s office reported.

Soobrian was pronounced dead a few minutes later at 11.57pm

A blood alcohol content (BAC) test showed Solomon’s BAC was 0.23 two hours after the accident, almost three times the legal limit of 0.08. He was arrested not far from the scene of the accident.

“Jordan Solomon … decided to drive his car at nearly three times the legal alcohol limit and slow down on the Jericho Turnpike,” District Attorney Anne T. Donnelly said in a statement said in.

“This disastrous choice resulted in a car crash that killed Stanley Soobrian and left four children fatherless.”

Solomon pleaded guilty on Monday, March 20 to the following charges:

  • serious vehicular homicide
  • secondary attack
  • Drunk driving aggravated

He was sentenced to between six and a half and 15 years in prison, despite Nassau prosecutors recommending a sentence of seven to 21 years.

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