The Fortuner “Cowboy” Hit-and-Run Case Does Not Want To Be Extended, Both Parties Are Trying To Make Peace

Toyota Fortuner car driver Muhammad Farid Andika (MFA) was seen threatening residents with a gun because he felt innocent by grazing two motorcyclists, Friday (2/4/2021) in the morning. (Source: Instagram / journalwarga)

JAKARTA, KOMPAS.TV – The case of Muhammad Farid Andika (MFA), the ‘cowboy’ Fortuner driver, is likely to end peacefully.

This peaceful discourse concerns the case of then hit-and-run which was carried out by the MFA in Duren Sawit, East Jakarta.

“This is because there are efforts from the family of the collectors and the victims who do not want to make a fuss,” said Head of Public Relations of Polda Metro Jaya Kombes Yusri Yunus at the Metro Jaya Regional Police Headquarters, Wednesday (7/4/2021).

Also Read: The MFA Fortuner driver is also a suspect in a traffic accident due to a motorcycle rider hit

Yusri said he would double check the legal process of the then-then case.

“The perpetrator has apologized. The victim has also said that he will not want to continue,” said Yusri.

“I will check again later because that is just a discourse. Because this is actually a minor punishment in Article 310 paragraph 2 of the Law on Traffic and Road Transportation, because negligence has resulted in minor injuries,” he continued.


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