Off the Road: 2 Drunk Drivers Sentenced in Deadly Nassau Crashes


Two drunk drivers in Nassau County were sentenced this week for causing separate deadly crashes. The first case involved Alfredo Simon, a 54-year-old from Elmont. Simon was sentenced to 12 to 24 years in prison for a crash on June 2, 2022, that killed 35-year-old Jayne Marie Dash. Simon had a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .30, nearly four times the legal limit, when he struck Dash’s vehicle on the Southern State Parkway. Simon, whose criminal history is full of multiple DWI’s and license suspensions, fled the scene but was later caught by police.

The second case involved 43-year-old Jordan Randolph from Bellport. After a crash on January 12, 2020, that killed 27-year-old Johnathan Flores Maldonado, Randolph was sentenced to 12.5 to 25.5 years in prison. Randolph’s blood alcohol content was nearly three times the legal limit, and was driving at a whopping 137 miles per hour. He collided with Maldonado’s car, causing it to flip over and killing him instantly. Randolph had a long history of criminal behavior, including multiple felonies and DWIs. He was also out on bail for bypassing an ignition interlock device at the time of the crash.

Thanks to the hard work of law enforcement in both cases, justice is being carried out in Nassau for these repeat offenders who endanger the public by acting recklessly. These recent convictions highlight the severe consequences of drunk driving and the importance of cracking down on this danger to our community.


  1. Plz post the respective Judges who did their jobs and handed out these sentences. Kudos to the both of them! They’ve made our streets a little safer!

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