Former Florida Atlantic University Police Officer Jimmy Ho has been arrested in connection to the murder of a 29 year old Boyton Beach woman. Sheri Carter was pronounced dead at the Delray Beach Medical Center. According to doctors at the hospital, Sheri Carter died from injuries “directly related to being shot.” Neighbors of Sheri Carter say that she worked for a South Florida escort agency.
Florida Atlantic University had placed Ho on administrative leave, however Officer Ho quit shortly after being placed on leave by the University. It is important to note that Florida Atlantic University Police Officer Jimmy Ho was fired from the Broward Sheriff’s Office for violating “moral character standards” prior to being hired by FAU. Furthermore, Ho was involved in a fatal collision killing a 74 year old Holocaust survivor while employed with the Lauderhill Police Department.
According to investigators, Sheri Carter sent a text message to her boyfriend stating that she was with a client that was “acting wierd and scary.” Investigators have checked cell phone records and have determined that Jimmy Ho had contacted Carter prior to sending the text message to her boyfriend.
When Police arrived at the home of Florida Atlantic University Officer Jimmy Doc Ho, he blurted out that it was self defense and that she struggled with him over the gun,” Detective Christopher Crawford wrote in a probable cause affidavit.
HAVE YOU BEEN ABUSED BY OFFICER JIMMY HO OF THE FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY POLICE DEPARTMENT? After reviewing the disciplinary records of Officer Jimmy Ho, I believe that Florida Atlantic University may be liable for negligent retention and negligent hiring. It is clear and unequivocal that Florida Atlantic University hired Officer Jimmy Ho after he was fired for violating “moral character standards” by the Broward Sheriff’s Office. Furthermore, Officer Ho has been disciplined by the University on several occasions. If you have been the victim of Officer Jimmy Ho and wish to speak with attorney Richard Ansara please call 24/7 at (954) 761-4011.