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Top Harrisonburg reckless driving help: On April 24, 2017, James DeBarge, former husband of entertainer Janet Jackson, allegedly committed hit and run in Los Angeles. According to police, DeBarge drove across several lanes of traffic in his Mercedes station wagon before crashing into a Chevy Volt. James then left the scene; however, the crash was recorded on the dash camera in the Chevy Volt.
Top Harrisonburg reckless driving help: James Curtis DeBarge was born in August, 1963, and is a rhythm and blues and soul singer. He grew up in a singing family DeBarge. His family had several popular songs: All This Love, Love Me in a Special Way, Rhythm of the Night and Who’s Holding Donna Now. As an adult, DeBarge has worked on Tha Divorce Song, Get Nekkid, and Nothing’s Wrong. DeBarge has worked with DJ Quik, Won-G, J-Ro and Tha Liks. He has toured with Atlantic Starr, The SOS Band and Mary Jane Girls.
Top Harrisonburg reckless driving help: DeBarge was married to Janet Jackson in 1984. His marriage to Jackson was annulled in 1985. In 2012 DeBarge received active prison time for assault with a deadly weapon and for drug charges. DeBarge got out of prison in 2015. DeBarge may be in serious trouble with this felony record and a hit and run. Law Enforcement will probably be charging him with felony hit and run due to the amount of damages to the occupied motor vehicle he struck. If he is smart he will let his lawyer talk for him and when asked by law enforcement he should say: “I want a Lawyer. If I am not under arrest, please let me go.”