Timeline of Jimi Patrick
|Date of Birth:||1998|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Height:||5 Feet 10 Inch|
As a child, Patrick played baseball for the "Council Rocks School District Little Leagues," where Patric was an excellent pitcher and hitter. He was also a member of the Newtown, a travel team which won several tournaments and league trophies. Moreover, he played basketball in St. Andrew CYO league.
In addition, during the time of his university, Patrick employed at D’Youville Manor Yardley and later at a restaurant in Buckingham, Pennsylvania.
Coming to his personal life, Jimi Taro is unmarried. There were no news and rumors regarding his affairs and girlfriend. The American nationality holder, Patric belongs to the white ethnicity.
But sadly, Patrick is no more with us; he passed away in 2017. He was killed and left his parents in deep sorrow.
Currently, his name is in the highlights due to his murder. It was around 6 p.m. on Wednesday, July 5, when he went out of contact. The next day, his family filed a report on his missing with the Newtown Township Police Department.
On the report, the family described him as a white male, late teens with a height of 5 Feet 10 inches, approximately 150 pounds and last seen wearing a polo shirt with a multi-colored design and gray shorts.
Further, after a massive search effort, authorities charged DiNardo and his cousin, Sean Kratz for his murder along with other three. The criminal complaints allege that the murder stemmed from drug deals that morphed into robberies in most case.
It came to know that, Patrick and DiNardo were a Facebook friends and both attended the "Holy Ghost Preparatory School" in Bensalem.
Jimi Patrick facts on timeline
Born in United States
Jimi Patrick was born in 1998, in Pennsylvania as Jimi Taro Patrick to his parents. Talking about his nationality, Patrick was American and was of white ethnicity.
Jimi took his last breath
Patrick killed by Dinardo and his cousin, Sean Kartz in July of 2017. Both were charged with murder. The criminal complaint alleges that the murder stemmed from drug deals that morphed into robberies in most cases.