A Utah driver reportedly admitted deliberately hitting a person on a parked bike together with his automobile final weekend as a result of he thought the motorcyclist was going to finishing up a “hit” on him.
Kenneth Eugene Cordova has been charged with felony tried homicide within the incident, and police mentioned he’s a “multi-state offender” with a historical past of convictions and violent habits, KSTU reported.
Surveillance video exhibits the sufferer sitting on his bike when the automobile comes barreling at him at a excessive fee of pace. The sufferer flies over the windshield, onto the roof, after which to the bottom. The video cuts off as the driving force will get out of his automobile and goes after the sufferer.
Miraculously, the sufferer was not significantly injured.
Arrest paperwork say the motorcyclist instructed investigators he heard the automobile coming at him, and when he seemed up, he noticed the driving force with “a glance of hate on his face.” He instructed police he’d by no means seen the person earlier than and had no concept who he was.
Cordova fled the scene, and police discovered his automobile about an hour later. On Thursday, they discovered Cordova and arrested him.
He instructed officers he had seen the sufferer only a few minutes earlier than with a gun in his hand. He claimed he had a success on his life since 2009 and believed the motorcyclist was going to kill him. So, he mentioned, he determined to “kill or be killed.”
Police mentioned there was no proof the sufferer had a gun.
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[Featured image: Screenshot from surveillance footage via KSTU]
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