Three weeks ago Quinton “Rampage” Jackson was arrested for felony hit and run after he hit a car with his monster truck and led police on a chase through Newport Beach. He ended up hitting two or three more cars during his “rampage” — bwahahaha — before blowing out his tire and being surrounded by police.

One of Quinton’s hit and run victims was 16 weeks pregnant Holi Griggs. On Friday, it was discovered that Holi had suffered a miscarriage. No charges have been filed against Jackson as of yet, but

“Our office will make sure we take as much time as necessary to make a proper filing decision and including all evidence and medical information to make sure any charges that are filed are fair and accurate,” Dist. Atty. spokeswoman Farrah Emami said.

Griggs was unavailable for comment Friday. Her fiance, Bill Krebs, said doctors were immediately concerned when they noticed a significant loss of fluid in Griggs’ womb after the accident. Days before the crash, the couple had visited the doctor for an ultrasound, and Griggs was told she “had enough fluid for three babies,” Krebs said. She was pregnant with a boy.

Her fiance, Bill Krebs, said “No amount of money will bring back my son.” Not to be an ass, but it’s possible $3 million or more might do it. Cloning has come a long way.

Meanwhile, other sites are reporting that this all started when Quinton lost his contact lens. While he was fumbling around trying to find it, he sideswiped two vehicles and, paranoid, fled the scene and subsequently, led police on a short chase. Because that’s what normal person would do. Who hasn’t taken their eyes off the road while driving a monster truck in order to find a lost contact? Those things aren’t exactly cheap.