A demented motorist shot and killed a teen respect tyro who aspired to one day work for a FBI during a highway fury occurrence in Pennsylvania this week, according to reports.
Bianca Nikol Roberson, 18, had only left a internal mall — where she was selling for college garments with her mom and grandmother Wednesday — when she and a male pushing a red pickup attempted to combine into a same line on a highway in West Chester, ABC 6 reported.
“And a male in a red pickup lorry pulled out a gun and shot her in a head, murdering her,” Chester County DA Tom Hogan told a station.
Roberson’s automobile veered off a southbound lanes of Route 100 in West Goshen Township and crashed, according to a report.
Highway cameras exhibit that Roberson and a motorist of a truck, presumably a Chevrolet, got into an rumpus only before a incident. An picture expelled by a West Goshen Township Police Department shows a suspect’s car — and a victim’s — on a reduce left side of a frame.
“They were jostling for a position or whatever,” West Goshen Police Chief Joe Gleason told ABC 6. “And unfortunately this lady took it to a grade that was only unconscionable.”
After sharpened Roberson, a motorist fled on Route 202 before exiting onto Paoli Pike. Cops contend he is blond, between 30 and 40 years aged and has a middle build.
Roberson’s grandmother was sitting in a backed-up trade after a crash, and thought, “I wish it’s not Bianca,” a hire reported.
Roberson was a new connoisseur of Bayard Rustin High School in West Chester, where she was on a respect roll. She designed to attend Jacksonville University in Florida in a tumble — and hoped to someday solve cases for a FBI.
“If we don’t even consider it was your fault, and have a conscience, come brazen and give us some closure and explain in your possess difference what happened,” her father, Rodney Roberson, told a station.
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