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It was a Saturday, and Jeff Krajnak was taking his six year old son to Shadow Ridge Fossil Farm, then to McDonald’s. His son loves dinosaurs, so this was a special father and son trip. But, on their way home, they were in a traffic accident. Jeff’s black jeep collided with a silver Nissan. Jeff and his son were not injured, but the crash resulted in the death of the other driver, who was not wearing a seatbelt.
Officers performed three roadside sobriety tests on Jeff. He passed all three. Officers later testified in court he was not impaired at the time of the crash. He cooperated with the officer’s questioning at the scene when asked if he was taking any medications. Jeff answered honestly that he was a registered Nevada medical cannabis patient and takes it at night to help with PTSD and pain symptoms resulting from a traumatic brain injury while he was deployed in Iraq.