Rogel Aguilera-Mederos : Family, Parents, Wife, Children, Net Worth and Petition

Semi-truck driver Rogel Aguilera-Mederos has been condemned to 110 years in jail know all about him in this article as like his Family, Parents, Wife, Children, Net Worth and Petition

Rogel Aguilera-Mederos : Family, Parents, Wife, Children, Net Worth and Petition
Rogel Aguilera Mederos
  Bio
Name Rogel Lazaro Aguilera-Mederos
Birthdate  November 21, 1995
Age (as of 2021) 23 Years
Place of Birth Surgidero de Batabano, Cuba
Nationality Cuban
Marital Status  Married
Spouse/Partner Nailan Gonzalez
Children One
Parents Name not Known
Education Not Known
Profession Truck Driver
Last Update December 2021

Semi-truck driver Rogel Aguilera-Mederos has been condemned to 110 years in jail. The decision was made on December 13th, 2021, after he was found guilty of 27 charges of causing a fatal 2019 accident. Four persons were killed in the accident on Interstate 70. A petition drive was launched in order to seek Aguilera-Mederos a commute of his sentence. As of December 19, 2021, almost 4.2 million individuals had signed it. Rogel Lazaro Aguilera-Mederos is his complete name.

Rogel Lazaro Early Life and Family

Rogel Lazaro Aguilera-Mederos was born on November 21, 1995, according to his birth certificate. Rogel is a 26-year-old Cuban immigrant who left his birthplace in pursuit of a better life. In terms of his criminal history, there is no evidence that he has been charged with any criminal action in the past.In reality, he passed all of the tests, including the alcohol, drug, and chemical testing.

Rogel Aguilera-Mederos Wife

Rogel Aguilera-Medero resides in Texas and is married with a son. Prior to his term, he was living happily with his wife and son. 

Truck Accident in Colorado

On TikTok, Twitter, and Facebook, the hashtag #NoTrucksToColorado is trending. People are expressing their rage at the person who has been convicted of so many assaults. Furthermore, many truckers have stated that they will not go through Colorado because of their concerns about the sentenced person. On Twitter, one of the truckers stated that he and his brother have decided to join the protest and will not transport any loads or people to Colorado until Rogel is given justice.

Rogel's Change.org petition

Despite the fact that this was clearly an accident rather than a premeditated murder, he was sentenced to 110 years in jail. This appears to be an injustice to him, so a user named "Heather Gilbee" has started a petition. The petition, titled "Offer commutation as time served, or grant clemency to Rogel Lazaro Aguilera-Mederos," garnered widespread support. In fact, it has received over 4.5 million signatures, making it one of the most popular petitions. Because 110 years is inexcusably long.

Sentence

Aguilera-Mederos was sentenced to 110 years in jail by Colorado judge A. Bruce Jones, virtually a life sentence. This judgement was made in reaction to Aguilera-Mederos' actions on April 25, 2019, when he rammed into halted traffic. Rogel, on the other hand, told the Associated Press that his brakes had failed at the time of the collision, and he saw that he was moving at 85 mph when the accident occurred.

He must have used a runaway truck ramp, according to the prosecutors, but instead he slammed into the stopped traffic.It resulted in 28 automobile collisions. Four persons were killed in the accident, six others were injured, and the crash area was later engulfed in flames. The explosion and flames were caused by an accident. According to the Associated Press, the entire incident melted the road.

Charges

Rogel was detained on suspicion of several vehicular homicide charges. Rogel was found guilty of 27 counts in October 2021, including four counts of negligent driving that resulted in the death of many persons and four counts of vehicular murder. The judge chose to award a life sentence despite the fact that the police officer said that it was necessary to give the minimum punishment.

No one has rehabilitated the judge's dedication, according to the police official, who believes he should be sentenced to life in prison with no possibility of parole. 
In the statements, it was forgiveness that was reflected. It was motivated by the individual's desire to be punished and serve time in prison. Furthermore, Rogel agreed with the thoughts and acknowledged that he collided with traffic, which was the root of the problem.