Florida 13-year-old dies after dust bike crash as police tried to tug him over – fox4kc.com

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(The Hill) — A 13-year-old boy died on Sunday after shedding management of his dust bike throughout a site visitors cease.
The teenager was recognized by relations as Stanley Davis Jr., in accordance with NBC affiliate WPTV.
The Boynton Seaside Police stated in a press release that Davis was allegedly “driving recklessly” when officers tried a site visitors cease.
Its With A Heavy Coronary heart That We Are Tragically & Painfully Compelled To Say Goodbye To One Of Our Personal 13yr Outdated Stanley Davis Jr A Little one With A Illuminating Smile & A Lovely Comfortable Spirit That Shined In every single place He Went SJ You Had been A Becan Of Pleasure SJ Will Be Actually Be Missed By All RIP pic.twitter.com/LOPDV2SbZh
In a surveillance video obtained by WPTV, Davis is seen fueling up his dirtbike at a gasoline station shortly earlier than the crash. As he pulled out, a police SUV will be seen following him.
The teenager, who was reportedly sporting a helmet, collided with an indication within the median. He was pronounced lifeless on the scene.
Boynton Seaside Police Chief Michael G. Gregory stated regulation enforcement will conduct “a sequence of thorough and meticulous investigations into the circumstances of what occurred.” Officers concerned will likely be positioned on administrative depart pending the result of the investigation.
“That was my grandson, my solely grandson,” stated Davis’ grandmother Tina Hunter, in accordance with WPTV. “They chased him, chased him. He simply panicked as a result of he’s a child. Chased him proper to his rattling grave and figured he’s simply one other Black boy and ain’t nothing goes to be completed. That’s the unfairness of the Boynton Seaside police that we’ve been having issues for all these rattling years.”
“There’s nothing to make that painless,” Gregory stated throughout a Sunday press convention. “What we hope to do is do one of the best we are able to conducting a radical investigation to unravel the info and circumstances that led to it.”

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