Teenagers Caught on Video Running Over Cyclists: Shocking Footage Reveals Disturbing Attacks

Two teenagers accused of running over a retired police chief were caught on video earlier in the day running over another bicyclist. In the new footage, 18-year-old Jesus Ayala and 16-year-old Jzamir Keys are seen driving a stolen car down the street and coming up fast behind a cyclist. One of the teens can be heard giggling and saying, “Bump him.” Moments later, the car intentionally crashes into the biker, knocking him to the ground. Luckily, the victim, a 72-year-old man, only suffered a knee injury and wasn’t seriously hurt.

The clip then cuts to images of the alleged suspects running from the police in marked patrol vehicles. Another part of the footage shows a police officer talking with one of the suspects in the backseat of a moving patrol car after he has been captured. The officer informs the teen that there is a ton of evidence against him, including surveillance footage and the fact that his accomplice ratted him out.

Ayala and Keys were arrested on August 14 after they fatally ran over retired police chief Andreas Probst, who was on his bicycle. The pair recorded themselves deliberately striking Probst after seemingly filming their role in the non-fatal hit-and-run earlier in the day. A grand jury has since indicted them on charges of murder, attempted murder, failing to stop at the scene of a crash, and grand larceny of a vehicle.

Original article https://www.tmz.com/2023/10/24/new-video-las-vegas-hit-and-run-bicyclist-teen-suspects-police-chief/