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Aaron Sims biography: 13 things about Camden, New Jersey man

Aaron Jerome Sims
Aaron Jerome Sims

Aaron Jerome Sims is a resident of New Jersey, United States. Here are 13 more things about him:

  1. He lives in Camden, New Jersey. (a)
  2. He has lived in other parts of New Jersey including Hackettstown and Sparta. (a)
  3. He previously lived in different parts of California, USA including Moreno Valley and Hesperia. (a)
  4. He used to live in Darby, Pennsylvania, USA. (a)
  5. On January 25, 2020, leaving his cousins’ house on Brown Street in Philadelphia, USA at over two times the legal limit, he hit an Uber on the Vine Street Expressway in Philadelphia. The Uber passengers were West Virginia University criminology students Chloe Robertson, 21, of Clermont, Florida, USA and Bobbiann Gubbei of Mantua, New Jersey. (b) (c) (d)
  6. He fled the scene on January 25, 2020 after hitting the vehicle carrying Robertson and Gubbei. Robertson died while Gubbei and the Uber driver survived after sustaining injuries. (b) (c) (d)
  7. He was at twice the legal limit for alcohol in his blood stream and was positive for delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), a cannabinoid molecule in marijuana, when he was involved in the car crash on January 25, 2020. (b) (c)
  8. Since February 2020, he had no contact with the mother of his child. In the same month, he voluntarily submitted an interview with the Philadelphia detachment of the Pennsylvania State Police and confessed to causing the deadly crash that killed Robertson and injured Gubbei. (b) (e) (f)
  9. No charges were filed against him in February 2020 because state police were awaiting the results of a toxicology report, which were expected to be received around the end of March 2020. When the toxicology report returned, it confirmed that he was under the influence on January 25, 2020. He was on the run after he posted bond. (b) (e) (f)
  10. In June 2020, law enforcement repeatedly tried to serve a warrant on him but after trying to locate him at all known addresses and with multiple family members, they were unable to locate him. When offered a cash incentive, his mother was still uncooperative. (b)
  11. In September 2020, Pennsylvania State Police trooper Gregory Butler announced that he had been given two separate opportunities to turn himself in via his lawyer. After not showing up to surrender himself to authorities the second time, he lied to his lawyer by claiming that he needed to set up money for the mother of his child before he could serve time. A cash reward of $2,000 was offered for this arrest. (b)
  12. On June 28, 2021, the U.S. Marshals Service arrested him. (f)
  13. He was 27 years old when he was arrested on January 28, 2021. (f)



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