Disturbing footage going viral on the web captured the second a laughing teen intentionally rammed his automotive right into a bicyclist in Las Vegas earlier than driving away. The teenager mowed down and killed a retired police chief, as his pals may be heard saying “Yeah, hit his a**”, within the video.
The 64-year-old Andreas Probst was out for a morning bicycle journey round 6 a.m. on August 14 when he was struck deliberately by the teenage driver, in line with Las Vegas Police. Probst died on the College Medical Middle. Nonetheless, police haven’t confirmed a hyperlink between the video and the Probst case, the Impartial reported.
The video begins with the passengers cursing at different vehicles as they velocity on the North Tenaya Means, close to West Centennial Parkway, the New York Submit reported. Additional within the video, the automotive approaches a person using a bicycle on the facet of the highway. Within the video, the teenager driver asks his pals, “Prepared”? because the passengers movie, laughing.”Yeah, hit his a**”, the passenger tells the motive force.
The driving force then intentionally rams into his again tire with a loud bang, sending the bicycle owner flying. The person then movies the person helplessly mendacity on the facet of the highway.
A passenger tells the motive force, “Rattling that n-a received knocked out!”
Two teenagers stole a automotive and filmed themselves murdering an harmless bicycle owner for laughs.
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— John LeFevre (@JohnLeFevre) September 16, 2023
Quickly after the incident, the unidentified 17-year-old driver of the Hyundai was arrested by police, the Las Vegas Evaluate-Journal reported.
The teenager has since been charged with homicide, after detectives discovered a video of the crash posted on social media that they used to find out that the crash was intentional, in line with a division assertion.
It isn’t clear if the passenger who filmed the kill was charged with any crime.