Lieutenant Dennis Rosenbaum, Ryan Panel, David Jones discussed on KIRO Nights
Front door of a Dunkin donuts along Roosevelt boulevard. KYW's Steve Tahoe reports. Northeast detectives division, Lieutenant Dennis Rosenbaum says words were exchanged as the woman entered the store she was on her way. She even kind of like pushed one of the people out of the way, if you went in and made a purchase, and she left and the men were walking away Rosenbaum says she hopped in the vehicle and hit the accelerator. He has little doubt. It was anything other than intentional. You don't even see brake lights even afterwards. You don't even see brake lights the twenty nine year old victim suffered multiple fractures. No one ever thought. You're going to weaponize a vehicle and use it to moa pedestrian hours later. Police pulled over a man driving the suspected vehicle after getting a description of it. Investigators say he did not cooperate could he face charges? Once we get female in custody will put that in front of the district attorney's office, and I'll make that determination. But it is possible. He could face charges. Steve Taiwa KYW NewsRadio aspects inside of Philadelphia courtroom. This morning is the judge made a crucial decision in the case against former Philly. Police officer Ryan panel who was charged with criminal homicide last month in the shooting death of a thirty year old man KYW's, Kristen Johanson has more. Thirty six year olds Ryan panel. Now faces the charge of third degree murder after judge Robert Coleman reduced it from criminal homicide. The district attorney charged panel after a grand jury investigation into the shooting death of David Jones in July twenty seventeen Jones's godmother. Donna Clements Jackson. We know that once it goes to trial. No matter what happens between now. And then he will be found. Guilty. Doesn't matter. What levels the law states that he has to be judged by God will be the final judge Coleman. Also, granted the defense's request for bail. Pinellas attorney. Fred Perry, obviously, you satisfied with.