[UPDATE] LCSO Deputies Investigate Fatal Crash

By: LCSO Release
By: LCSO Release

[UPDATE] 10-14 12:00PM --

Funeral services have now been set for a woman killed in a collision with a motorcycle Sunday, October 10 on the St. Marks Bike Trail.

Leon Sheriff's Deputies say 35-year-old Dikeesha Johnson was walking in the crosswalk when she was struck.. and the motorcyclist also died.

Services for Dikeesha Johnson are at 11a.m this Saturday, Oct 16, at Friendship Primitive Baptist Church on Putnam Drive in Tallahassee.

Johnson, who once worked in the news department at WCTV, had a real love of books.

To honor her, you can donate children's books in lieu of flowers to Apalachee Elementary School.


*** UPDATE 10-11-2010 ***

The Leon County Sheriff's Office continues to investigate this accident and have yet to determine whether or not drugs or alcohol played any part. Authorities did tell WCTV though that Toney Kilpatrick was not wearing a helmet at the time of the accident.


Tallahassee, Florida --

On Sunday, October 10, 2010 the Leon County Sheriff’s Office responded to a motorcycle crash near the intersection of South Adams Street and Four Points Way. When they arrived, deputies discovered
two people critically injured. LCSO’s Traffic Homicide Unit responded and conducted the investigation, which included conducting witness interviews, forensic examinations and the reconstruction of the

Witnesses stated Toney Kilpatrick, 38, was operating a green Kawasaki 125cc motorcycle northbound on the St. Marks Bike Trail. Near the intersection of the bike trail and Four Points Way, the motorcycle struck a culvert. After striking the culvert, the motorcycle struck Dikeesha Johnson, 35. Johnson was a pedestrian in the crosswalk at the intersection.

Both Kilpatrick and Johnson were transported to Tallahassee Memorial Hospital where they later died as a result of the injuries sustained in the crash.

The full press release is attached above.

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  • by JB Location: Tallahassee on Oct 15, 2010 at 10:53 AM
    My condolences goes out to the Johnson family as they are having to put their loved one to rest after an unfortunate event.
  • by jw Location: leon on Oct 15, 2010 at 08:32 AM
    first the law can chase up to a point, not being there i can't tell you anymore. This is a bike with a MOTOR. THERE IT WASN'T ALLOW. MY HUSBAND AND I saw a small CAR ON IT THE OTHER DAY.
  • by hammer Location: tallahassee on Oct 14, 2010 at 12:29 PM
    NO this guy wasn't an angel, not even close so yes his character is a factor. He had a rap sheet longer than the TITANTIC, and he should've still been locked up. He had reformed or rehabilitated, just by the comment from the person in the trailer park. Driving like a fool around young children in a limited space. I know the Kilpatrick families, and for the life of me it's very disheartening to see an offspring of this upstanding family fall as Toney did. But GOD has made his decision and we all must move on. Heart and sympathies to both families, holding to his unchanging hands.
  • by tallygirl on Oct 14, 2010 at 10:07 AM
    it's funny that they did not mention that LCSO was chasing this guy and that's what caused this accident....i thought they werent allowed to chase only state troopers have tht right...idk but this is sad
  • by J Location: south end of town on Oct 12, 2010 at 01:30 PM
    fools like this is what give a bad name to people that do ride motorcycle ,,and those younger guys that ride these fast rockit motorcycles and weave in and out and show off .. Just like car and truck drivers ,,some people are bad apples
  • by Unknown Location: Tallahassee, FL on Oct 12, 2010 at 01:27 PM
    Behalf of my family of Dikeesha Johnson we would like to thank those who are praying for our family. R.I.P cousin We love you and missing you!
  • by cc Location: south side on Oct 12, 2010 at 01:27 PM
    This guy was seen in the trailer park driving like a fool at high rate of speed and almost ran over my child.. He was reported to the POLICE and they were after him when the happy . Waht a fool he was for riding around people like he was doing...
  • by cousin of kilpatrick Location: pineridge on Oct 12, 2010 at 01:05 PM
    Eternal_Wait: What the HELL does his offense record have to do with the accident????? Waiting for an answer.
  • by HMA on Oct 12, 2010 at 12:23 PM
    Thanks SAD, Reformed & Me. I thought of predisposed, predetermined, prednisone, etc... I am curious about the details of this tragic event. I can easily see how an idiot recklessly riding a high performance dirt bike on a paved bicycle trail with no helment could crash and die, (this is a high risk activity). For him to hit a culvert and kill a pedestrian must have been a 1 in a million shot. This is a news comment site, not a memorial for the deceased or a religious proclamation site. There are other websites for those kind of comments.
  • by Eternal_Wait Location: Tally on Oct 12, 2010 at 10:31 AM
    This event was a tragedy first and foremost. We can only wait until more details are provided. However, I looked at Kilpatrick's offense records and found him to be no angel but neither an habitual lawbreaker. Motorcycles are a fact, they exist for transportation and entertainment, they are sufficient to cause death and provide little protection to their operators. I truly regret this news as we are speaking of an individual who took so many public risks and took more than just what he had to offer but also that of Dikeesha Johnson. Be conscious, be safe, live, and may the victim and offender not be forgotten.
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