June 27, 2018
To be fair, just by being a nagger he was never in a rational state of mind and automatically insane by standard clinical definitions.
We don’t need these nogs everywhere since they all have the same handicap.
Police have arrested a man who they say intentionally struck a family riding bikes on a New Tampa bike path, killing a father and injuring two young boys.
Pedro Aguerreberry, 42, was riding bikes on a bike trail with his two children when a car veered over the grass and onto the bike trail, hitting Aguerreberry, his 3-year-old son, and 8-year-old son. The children are recovering from their injuries and are expected to be okay.
Police have arrested Mikese M. Morse, 30, of Tampa, in connection to the hit-and-run. Morse has been charged with Murder in the First Degree (premeditated), Leaving the Scene of a crash with death, Leaving the Scene of a crash with serious bodily injury, Leaving the Scene of a crash with injury and two counts of attempted murder in the first degree (premeditated).
Morse is an American track and field athlete who repeatedly qualified for the United States Olympic Trials. He was a member of the University of South Florida track and field team from 2006-2008, where he won the Big East Championship for leaping 25 feet, seven-and-a-half inches.