Two teenagers are accused of purposely hitting and truly harming a bicyclist in Las Vegas
The two teenagers have been distinguished as Jesus Ayala and Jzamir Keys
They are blamed for arranging a purposeful assault on cyclist Andreas “Andy” Probst, 64
Two teenagers who are accused of purposely hitting and killing a bicyclist prior to running away from the area made their underlying court appearances in a Las Vegas court on Thursday.
The two teenagers have been distinguished as Jesus Ayala and Jzamir Keys.
Here are the two teens that hit and killed the retired police chief in Las Vegas.
Jesus Ayala, 17 (driver)
Jzamir Keys, 16 (passenger)
Both juveniles are being tried as adults for murder with a deadly weapon, battery, and attempted murder.
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Who are Jesus Ayala and Jzamir Keys?
Jesus Ayala, who was 17 years of age at the hour of the supposed wrongdoing and is presently 18, alongside Jzamir Keys, who is 16 years of age, are currently having to deal with murder penalties. They are blamed for arranging a deliberate assault on cyclist Andreas “Andy” Probst, 64. Shockingly, as indicated by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police, they likewise recorded the moment they steered to hit him from behind.
On the morning of August 14, the suspects savagely ran over the resigned California police boss, Andreas “Andy” Probst, as he was bicycling in an assigned bicycle path near Tenaya Way and Centennial Expressway. At the hour of the occasion, the suspects were going in a taken vehicle. Sadly, Probst consequently died in the medical clinic.
The supposed driver, 18-year-old Ayala, is blamed for 18 offenses altogether. Three allegations have been brought against Keys, 16, who is blamed for being the traveler and recording the lethal crash. At 1:30 p.m., both showed up in Las Vegas Equity Court; Ayala had a public protector close by.
Ayala and Keys’ ensuing court appearance was set for September 26. Both of the young people were all the while being held starting around Thursday evening.
Specialists uncovered recently that the youngsters were engaged with a wrongdoing binge upon the arrival of the horrible passing of Probst. This wrongdoing binge included the burglary of four vehicles, harming another cyclist, and crashing into another vehicle. The teens ran away from the area in a taken vehicle in the two cases.