A retired police chief was bicycling when he was run over by a car in Las Vegas. The 64-year-old man later died from his injuries. Police in Nevada suspect that the fatal hit-and-run was intentional after viewing a video that the teens recorded of the deadly collision.
Police say an appalling video uploaded to social media is the smoking gun in a fatal hit-and-run on Aug. 14 that took the life of Andreas Probst.
The shocking video features two teens in a car – which police say was stolen. Video taken by the passenger in the vehicle shows the driver of the car purposely rear-ending a white sedan, and causing it to careen into the median.
One of the teens screams, “B***h a** n****! Stop talking s**t, b***h!”
Then a bicyclist in the bicycle lane is spotted by the teens, and one says, “Ready?” The other eagerly replies, “Yeah! Yeah! Yeah! Hit his a**.”
The teens are heard on video giggling.
The driver pilots the stolen 2016 Hyundai Elantra into the bicycle lane and directly smashes the bicyclist near Tenaya Way and Centennial Parkway. Probst is thrown off his bike, then onto the hood of the car before slamming and shattering the windshield.
The passenger looks out the window and records Probst violently tumbling on the…