UNBELIEVABLE statement by man who killed driver who hit toddler
Hard to imagine being killed for something somebody else does.
But that’s exactly what happened to a man who hit a child who ran into the street.
Understand, the accident was not the fault of the driver. But he was killed, nevertheless.
As FOX News reports,
A man heard on a 911 call after a 4-year-old was accidentally hit in Walnut Hills on March 24 admitted that he killed the driver.
Jamie Urton, 44, was killed after the shooting in the 2300 block of Kenton Street.
The child suffered non-life threatening injuries.
You can hear the killer describe what happened in the 911 call.
“That’s why I tell you…you can’t run out in the street.”
It’s obvious from the conversation the father of the boy has with his son, that the child ran into the street.
Ergo, “Dad” wasn’t watching his son.
It doesn’t appear to be a hit and run, as the person who hit the child stopped his vehicle. Had he known he was going to get shot, I suspect he would have kept driving to a police station.
Killings explains to his 4-year-old son that the child’s negligence is what got the white guy killed.
“I took care of dude. I killed him. He’s dead. He dead. The dude that hit you by the car. He dead. I killed him. I’m serious he’s dead. The dude that him you with the car… I killed him.”
“You hear me? He dead. I killed him. He dead. You good. Your daddy got you. You know I love you don’t you. I’m here with you. I love you baby.”
That type of response is not what you see in any Good Parenting guides.
And neither is this. One of the witnesses said,
“Made them get out of the car…laid them down on the street on their hands and knees.Then shot the one on the other side.”
The FOX New article continues,
On Friday, police identified Deonte Baber, 25, of allegedly causing Urton’s death last week “by firing multiple gunshots into the victim’s vehicle, striking the victim.”
Court documents state that 24-year-old Jamall Isaiah Killings, the father of the child that was struck, is also wanted in connection with the death of the driver. Stating he caused Urton’s death by, “means of a firearm.”
Urton was an employee of Cincinnati Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired.
Police said Urton stopped to check on the child after hitting him. That’s when Urton was assaulted by three nearby pedestrians and then shot, according to witnesses.
A man dies because a bad parent allowed his 4-year-old son to run into the road.