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11-19-2015, 03:51 PM

Prosecutor: Driver in deadly crash let girlfriend’s son find her body
Police suspect intoxicants, speed contributed to fatal Bellevue wreck
Updated 12:18 pm, Thursday, November 19, 2015


A Bellevue man alleged to have been driving drunk, stoned and speeding during a crash that killed his girlfriend has been charged with vehicular homicide.

King County prosecutors say Robert Terrance Jackson Jr. dashed from his Lexus after wrecking near the apartment he shared with Lindsey Hill and Hill’s children. Jackson, 38, is alleged to have left Hill dead at the scene to be found by her 13-year-old son.

Following the Nov. 11 wreck, police found Jackson hiding in the Newporter apartment complex, located at 5900 119th Ave. S.E. in Bellevue’s Newport Hills neighborhood, according to charging papers. He has been jailed since.

Writing the court, a Bellevue police officer said Jackson was behind the wheel shortly before midnight when he lost control of the car in the 12000 block of Southeast 60th Street. The car slid off the road in a curve and slammed into a utility box.

Hill, 35, was thrown from the car and killed. Investigators contend the car was traveling at more than 60 mph when the crash occurred; the speed limit is 25 mph.

Eight hours passed before Jackson was found hiding at the apartment complex, the officer continued. He is alleged to have fought with police, who shocked him with a stun gun.

Investigators contend Hill and Jackson had been clubbing in the hours before the crash. Hill’s older son was left at home to look after his younger brother.


Fund for Lindsay Hill's Boys

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01-11-2017, 09:26 AM

Family plans to sue DOC after daughter killed in crash by prisoner mistakenly released early
Posted 3:54 PM, January 10, 2017

SEATTLE — The family of 35-year-old Lindsay Hill plans to sue the Washington Department of Corrections claiming it should be held responsible for her death.

Lindsay died in a car crash in 2015 but the man responsible for her death should never have been in the car in the first place. Robert Jackson, 39, was supposed to be behind bars at the time of the crash.

“It’s been horrific what we’ve gone through, it really has,” said Jane Noel, Lindsay’s mother. “I would not want any other family to go through this, ever.”

Jackson was sentenced in December for the crash that killed Hill. He is scheduled to spend the rest of his life in prison under the three-strikes law for repeat offenders.