Keith Dawson, 35, è stato accusato di sparatoria in auto, detenzione illegale di arma da fuoco, e due accuse di aggressione di secondo grado. Non si crede che abbia sparato a morte al figliastro, Demaris Hobbs-Ekdahl, though he allegedly admitted to having a larger role in the incident, VOLPE 9 of Minnesota reported.
Dawson told police that the teen called him to say he and his brother were getting robbed near the area of a graduation party in Woodbury on Saturday and needed help, secondo gli investigatori. Dawson allegedly said he drove to the area with the intent of scaring the other group because they were “messing with his kids,” VOLPE 9 segnalato.
A criminal complaint alleged that Dawson was driving a white Chevrolet Tahoe, fired shot several rounds at a dark SUV and the group returned fire, which struck the teen in a separate car.
After learning his stepson was injured, Dawson tried to drive him to a hospital, secondo la denuncia. On the way, he threw a handgun out the window, which was found by police, VOLPE 9 segnalato, citando la polizia.
The shooting occurred at about 10:46 p.m., e police said they received frantic calls, including one person who stated, “Aiutami.”
Trisha Ekdahl, the teen’s mother, told FOX 9 that Hobbs-Ekdahl, was leaving the party and his car was shot up. He told his brother “I can’t breathe. I can’t breathe,” lei disse.
The three vehicles involved in the shooting are in police custody, dicevano i rapporti. The case remains under investigation.
Woodbury is about 20 miles east of Minneapolis.
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