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Seven members of Marine JarHeads MC, a club that includes Marines and their spouses, were killed in a horrific motorcycle accident in New Hampshire on Friday, after a truck coming in the opposite direction jackknifed into them.
The driver of the truck, 23 year old Volodoymyr Zhukovskyy, has not been charged with any crime, and thus far there doesn’t seem to be any evidence that he did anything wrong to cause the accident. He was employed by Westfield Transport out of Springfield, which is owned by Dartanyan Gasanov. Here’s what he had to say about the driver:
“Doesn’t answer the phone calls.”
Evidently this particular company has no way of reaching their employees after one of them is at the center of a story that has been dominating headlines all weekend. Seems like they run a real tight ship over there.
There is no evidence that the truck driver is responsible for this crash, and he will have to live with the pain of this for the rest of his life. Everyone should wait for the NTSB to conduct their investigation before blaming him for anything.
With that said, there are many red flags about this company and the driver. This is Dartanyan Gasanov.
That guy right there is the reason I stopped going to clubs and settled for what I could find at the Blarney Stone.
He hired the driver, who is clearly immature based on his Facebook postings. The driver refers to himself as “VMann.”
He filmed himself driving his Mercedes in Connecticut, listening to music that will make your head explode.
He’s posted videos of himself using racial slurs while warning people not to “f*** with me.”
Here he is with a bottle of Henny.
Studies have shown that if you’ve ever done that then the odds you’ll end up on Turtleboy increase substantially.
He likes liquor in general.
I remember my first beer. But I don’t remember ever wearing sandals with socks. That is simply unforgivable.
He looks like he’s 12 years old.
Someone who looks and acts like that should never be hired by a company to drive vehicles capable of taking out seven bikers at once.
This video of him doing donuts in what appears to be his employer’s parking lot should’ve been more than enough cause for termination.
I also don’t feel comfortable with people who use words like “real G,” “bae,” abbreviate “AF,” use 100 emojis in a non-sarcastic manner, call themselves “VMann,” or warn people what will happen if you “f*** with me,” driving trucks.
A West Springfield man was arrested Tuesday after an investigation determined he had been involved in a burglary at a local Home Depot warehouse in 2014, police said. The man, Volodymyr Zhukovskyy, 21, was charged with third-degree burglary. He was released on a $2,500 surety bond and is scheduled to appear in Superior Court on July 27.
Police Chief Carl Sferrazza said police received a call Nov. 30, 2014, from the manager of Home Depot, reporting that a burglary occurred at one of the company’s warehouses on Shaker Road. Several ladders and windows were reported missing from the premises, he said. Sferrazza said police met with two subcontractors for Home Depot who do home installations for the company. He said the contractors told police the windows and ladders had belonged to them and that they were storing them at the warehouse.
In December 2015, one of the subcontractors contacted police with new information he learned about the burglary, according to Sferrazza. The man had gone fishing with several men, and during the trip one of them, whom he had never met before, asked if he would like to buy a ladder, Sferrazza said. The subcontractor told the man he was interested, and when he later saw the ladder he recognized it as one of the ladders stolen from the Home Depot warehouse over a year earlier, the police chief said. He said police traced the stolen ladder to Zhukovskyy, who was incarcerated at Hampden County Jail in Ludlow, Massachusetts.
Police spoke to Zhukovskyy at the prison in June 2016, and he told them that in 2014 he had worked for a home improvement company contracted to install windows and doors for Home Depot, Sferrazza said. Zhukovskyy told police he and another person took a company truck to the Home Depot warehouse and stole the ladders and windows, Sferrazza said.
Not only did he try to sell the stolen ladder he used to commit a crime back to the guy he stole it from, but he was already in jail when the cops finally caught up to him. I have no idea if he or the company was at fault, but any company that hires someone like this, considering his documented criminal background, and social media posts showing obvious immaturity, should be thoroughly looked into.
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