New information from grand jury substantiation sheds light on the events leading up to the woeful payoff of retired California police principal Andreas Probst on August 14.
The grand jury has criminated two teenagers, Jesus Ayala, 18, and Jzamir Keys, 16, who are indicted of targeting cyclists and drivers in a deadly crime spree in the Northwest Valley. Metro Police handed eight vids and multitudinous images as substantiation to the Clark County grand jury.
According to the police, the teens used three stolen buses during the nearly hour-long rage and recorded each incident. One videotape captured the first incident at Fort Apache near Washburn, where the teens allegedly beat and injured a 72- time-old bicyclist. In the videotape, one of the teens can be heard saying,” Burn him, push him,” followed by Horselaugh after the impact.
Thirty twinkles latterly, at Tenaya and Azul roads, another videotape showed one of the teens saying,” Take him into the recesses,” before crashing into a Toyota Corolla in business and also swerving in business. Shortly later, the teens were heard screaming,” Bang him,” and running over Andreas Probst, who was riding his bike on the bike path. This videotape, which went viral on social media after being posted, was presented as substantiation.
Andreas Probst’s son, Taylor Probst, participated in her passions with ABC News, stating,” The horselaugh, the words’ knock him down’ – all of that has stuck with me ever ago.”
The grand jury also viewed shelter body camera footage showing Jesus Ayala’s commerce with an officer during his arrest. Ayala appeared to be joking at this point and indeed made a request, asking the officer,” Are you sure you’ve set up the killer?” beforehand in the commerce.