Police ID man, 21, who died in St. Paul motorcycle crash
Police released the name on Tuesday of a 21-year-old man who died in a St. Paul motorcycle crash.
Sail D. Moo, of St. Paul, was in a single-vehicle crash just before 9 p.m. Sunday near White Bear and Bush avenues.
Police continue to investigate the crash and said Tuesday that “investigators believe driver inexperience played a role.”
Sail Moo, whose friends called him Taywaywa, “was the core of his family after his father had passed, leaving him little to no choice but to step up and take full responsibility for his family,” according to a GoFundMe established for his funeral. “At a very young age he provided and took care of his family wants and needs. He leaves behind a devastated mother, brother, and a baby sister.”
He went to Washington Technology Magnet School in St. Paul and was previously on the roster for the Dakota County Technical College men’s soccer team.
Crime & Public Safety | Native American groups ask state lawmakers for help at outdated Twin Cities facilities
Crime & Public Safety | Stolen vehicle crashes into Grand Ave. daycare as suspects flee theft scene, St. Paul police say
Crime & Public Safety | 38 displaced after suspected arson at St. Paul apartment building
Crime & Public Safety | Metro Transit breaks ground on the B Line from downtown St. Paul to Uptown Minneapolis
Crime & Public Safety | St. Paul files appeal in public records fight over Summit Avenue bike trail