Admonished for not speeding, the car driver got angry and shot at the children

AKRON, KOMPAS.com – Ohio Police, United States of America ( AS), was hunting down a man who was seen shooting at a group children who was playing basketball on the street.

The incident took place in the suburbs of Akron, last Sunday (11/10/2020).

The suspect reportedly got out of his car and opened fire on a group of teenagers with semi-automatic weapons, after being admonished not to speed.

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Reporting from Daily Mail on Sunday (18/10/2020), the man was riding car A white Pontiac G6 when a young boy called to slow down.

“He took out his gun, turned around and shot him, three times,” Dolly Young told local media WKYC.

The driver then got back into his car and left. Luckily there were no injuries from the incident.

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Young’s 11-year-old son, Alex, is one of the kids in the flock who is playing with Markeise Smith (15).

“He should go to jail for what he did, because you shouldn’t shoot kids telling you to slow down,” Smith said in an interview.

Footage of the incident was caught on camera phones and Akron police are investigating.

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“This can be traumatic for anyone, especially 15 and 11 year olds who are playing.”

“It’s like a puzzle. Each piece brings this person to court and holds them responsible for his crimes,” said Captain Dave Laughlin. Daily Mail.

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