Andreas Probst full video twitte leakedr, Video shows teen joking with Metro
Grand jury evidence has provided additional insights into the events leading up to the tragic incident on August 14, resulting in the death of retired California police chief Andreas Probst.
A grand jury has indicted two teenagers, Jesus Ayala, 18, and Jzamir Keys, 16, who are accused of being involved in a crime spree targeting cyclists and motorists in the Northwest Valley earlier this month, according to Metro Police.
During the proceedings, eight videos and numerous images were presented as evidence to the Clark County grand jury.
The teenagers reportedly drove three stolen cars during the nearly hour-long rampage, documenting each incident.
One video depicts the initial incident at Fort Apache near Washburn, involving the alleged assault and injury of a 72-year-old bicyclist by the teens. In the video, one of the teens can be heard saying, “Help him, assist him,” before expressing concern after the impact.
Thirty minutes later, at Tenaya and Azul roads, another video captured one of the teens saying, “Guide him into the pits,” before colliding with a Toyota Corolla in traffic and then maneuvering through traffic. Shortly after, the teens are heard shouting, “Slow him down,” and subsequently striking Probst, who was cycling on the bike path. The video, which later went viral on social media, was recorded, according to police.
Andreas Probst’s daughter, Taylor Probst, shared with ABC News, “The laughter, the words ‘bring him down’—all of that has stayed with me ever since.”
The grand jury also viewed subway body camera footage, showcasing Ayala’s interaction with an officer during his arrest. Ayala appeared to be making light of the situation and even made a request.
“Are you sure you’ve got the right person?” Ayala quipped to the officer early in the interaction.