Ryan Fye was sentenced to three years in prison for aggravated vehicular homicide and vehicular assault. He was released from prison on early release after spending only seven months in jail. However, due to a recent Facebook post, he may be going back.[fwdevp preset_id=”8″ video_path=”T58SAkbnL1I”]
Ryan Fye was only out of prison about two weeks when a Cuyahoga County judge ordered him back on Dec. 22.
“You get released from jail after six and a half months and this is the first thing you do,” asked the victim’s father Vilmos Fekete.
His son, 22-year-old William Fekete, was killed after the car he was riding in – driven by Fye – hit a tree in the Bradley Woods Reservation.
Four other people were injured in the 2013 crash.
“It wasn’t a good idea,” said Michael Stepanik, of the law firm Bradley and Stepanik, which represents Fye. “Committing a crime is a probation violation, not abiding by the rules is a probation violation. Mr. Fye didn’t do any of those things.”
Fekete said the Facebook post was put up the day Faye was released from prison.
It reads in part:
“Prison didn’t break me. It made me. I’m free. I’m a new man. Don’t come at me like before. Yes I am skinny and muscular now. Seven months of working out every day..”
The photo also shows Ryan Fye holding up his two middle fingers at the camera.
Fekete said the post clearly shows that Ryan Fye has no remorse in the death of his son.
He said he also wonders why Ryan Fye has never reached out to the family.
“[He could say] I’m sorry about what happened. He doesn’t have to believe it. Just send something…he never apologized,” he said.
Another hearing on the matter is scheduled on Jan. 15 in front of a new judge as Judge Richard McMonagle who saw the case has retired.