MIAMI, March 28 (UPI) -- A detective investigating the slaying of pro football player Sean Taylor in Florida faces jail time if he doesn't get his police report done soon, a judge says.
Circuit Judge Dennis Murphy gave Detective Juan Segovia until April 28 to complete his report so prosecutors can turn it over to the attorneys representing the four Fort Myers men accused of killing the Washington Redskins defensive back during a robbery at his home in Palmetto Bay, Fla., Nov. 26, 2007.
"If Mr. Segovia hasn't completed his report by then, I'll find a little space for him over at the Dade County Jail,'' The Miami Herald quoted Murphy as saying during Friday's court session. "I hope someone can pass that on to him."
Taylor, a former Miami-Florida star, lost a large amount of blood when he shot in the groin and died the next day at a hospital.