Crime Teens in stolen car crash facing potential murder charges

16:35  10 august  2017
16:35  10 august  2017 Source:   New York Daily News

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Six teenagers were involved in a violent crash with stolen vehicles and a stranger’s car , killing three of the boys. They could face murder charges in the deaths of the three other boys: Keontae Brown, 16; Jimmie Goshey, 14; and Dejarae Thomas, 16, Tampa Bay Times reported.

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A judge in St. Petersburg, Fla., is considering slapping the trio with first-degree murder charges following a fiery crash in two stolen vehicles, according to WTSP.

Keondrae Brown, 14, Deyone Kaigler, 16, and Kamal Campbell, 18, have already been charged with grand theft auto.

Kaigler and Campbell were also charged with resisting arrest.

Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri said during a press conference on Monday he's hopeful the additional charges will help hedge auto thefts in the area.

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— Six teenagers who were involved in the crash of a stolen vehicle that killed three of the teens in a violent wreck had been arrested 126 times in recent years Gualtieri said detectives and prosecutors are looking into whether they can charge the three with first degree murder under the state’s felony

"It's certainly become the thing to do," he said.

"It's become a game. It's something that spreads. It's something they tell each other about. And it's a consequences issue. It there's no consequences, there's no fear. And they don't care about the few days they have to spend in (juvenile detention)."

The teens, along with three other young men, reportedly stole a 2015 Ford Explorer and a Chrysler Sebring. WTSP reported that the vehicles were driving tandem when the crash occurred on U.S. 19.

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Gualtieri told those in attendance at the conference a Pinellas County Sheriff's Office deputy was in pursuit of both cars.

The officer had encountered the teens at a gas station at about 1 a.m., recognizing it from a list of local stolen cars.

The Sheriff said the deputy attempted to stop both cars, at which time the Explorer accelerated to an estimated 120 to 140 miles per hour. The vehicle ran a red light and collided with a car driven by a man identified as Ricky Melendez.

Gualtieri revealed that the vehicle flew through the air, hitting five stationary cars before hitting a pole. Once it stopped, the Explorer reportedly burst into flames.

Keontae Brown, the driver, was ejected and killed.

Dejarae Thomas and Jimmie Goshey were trapped in the SUV as it burned. They did not survive.

According to the news outlet, the second vehicle continued driving westbound on Tampa Road. Police did not pursue it, though it was followed by a helicopter.

Authorities later found it abandoned.

Keigler and Campbell were arrested after an on-foot pursuit, Gualtieri told press conference viewers.

All of the teens involved in the crash had been arrested before. According to WTSV, previous charges against them include 19 different instances of grand theft auto, 39 probation violations as well as assault and weapons charges.

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