Jason Reynolds is on the final leg this week of his Blue Panda Radio’s summer roadshows and already on day one it’s been plunged into turmoil.
The superstar DJ was this morning in Arizona entertaining millions online, but his whereabouts now are unknown because of a police manhunt.
It’s after it’s been revealed he could be arrested at any moment, as there is a long standing warrant out for his arrest for a traffic offence dating back to 2003.
Speaking to us from his new hideout the popular presenter believed that by doing a ‘runner’ out of America almost 20 years ago would see him in the clear, as he believed authorities would forget he went AWOL, and he also conveniently claims he’d actually forgotten about the speeding issue himself.
Our call with him was kept short on the request of the superstar DJ, as he was worried if he stayed too long on his mobile his location would be revealed and he could be traced.
It’s understood authorities were ‘tipped off’ that he was back in the States by an ‘unknown’ source but clearly remember ‘racey‘ Reynolds’ mistake behind the wheel of a hire car.
We understand extra officers have been drafted in on the case to track him down and even some FBI officers who were working on the ‘Trump classified documents investigation’ have been told to drop that, and focus on this, as ‘it’s more important for America’.
This isn’t the first time the presenter has been in the headlines. In the previous European leg he was arrested after allowing the stations panda to travel on the Prague tram network, and on the UK leg he failed to turn up for a show after a boozy night out and was eventually found sleeping off the effects on a park bench in Rhyl.
We asked Blue Panda Radio to comment. Station boss El Rodrigo seemed to make matters worse for Jason’s cool trendy image when he said ‘ I thought Jason was more of a railwayman as we often go train spotting together and we also attend many model railway exhibitions with one of us always making the packed lunch.’
As we know other presenters who were ignored for the coveted breakfast slot have all denied have a problem with Reynolds and setting him up on previous occasions.
Rod Bradbury said ‘I would never get in his car, as I just wouldn’t feel safe for a number of reasons which I don’t really want to go into’.
Veteran DJ Jerry Wright (who’s celebrating his 99th birthday later this year) seemed confused about where America actually was, and why cars were now allowed on the roads, as it always used to be just horses.
Jason Reynolds is due back on air live tomorrow at 7am, but it remains to be seen if he actually makes it.
‘Panda relaxing in Arizona, seemingly unaware of the problems’.