Mom livid after driver kills teen son, allegedy tweets photo of body A Florida woman is heartbroken and outraged after a driver fatally struck her teenage son and then allegedly posted a picture of the body on Twitter. Connie Coles told CBS affiliate WJAX-TV in Jacksonville that Keenan Slaughter, the driver who fatally struck her son, Trevius Williams, should have asked for help on Twitter instead of posting a picture of her son's body. "How dare you stand over my son's mangled bloody body and take a picture of him. To see the holes in my baby's face, the blood coming from his ears, you know my baby in a body bag at the age of 16, he's in a body bag," Coles said. Slaughter's Twitter page is now set to private, the station reported. Williams was headed to the store when he was struck and killed by a car, police said Sunday. WJAX found tweets that the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office said were sent by the driver and included pictures of the dead teen lying on a curb. "The person tweeting was indeed the driver," said JSO Public Information Officer Melissa Bujeda. WTEV reported that Slaughter also tweeted song lyrics about drinking "lean" -- a mix of cough syrup and soda - about two hours before the crash was reported. Bujeda said officers did not conduct a Breathalyzer or blood-alcohol test on Slaughter because officers had no reasonable suspicion he was impaired, the station reported. According to a traffic crash report, Slaughter was distracted by an electronic communication device.