DASHCAM: Officer Called Off before Fatal Minibike Crash

August 25, 2016

Trent Moses, 14, was killed by oncoming traffic only seconds after this Detroit police officer was called off the pursuit. From ClickonDetroit.com: 

Police said there was heightened security in the area due to shootings that happened earlier this week. It was then that police noticed the teen speed by on his minibike at around 9 p.m.

Officers said they decided to call off the chase and pulled over to turn off their lights. It was only a brief few seconds after calling off the chase that Moses ran a stop sign and crashed his minibike into a white Pontiac on Rosemont and Dayton avenues.

As the teen’s family grieves, Moses’ parents said they will demand answers from the Detroit Police Department. But Saturday night, family and friends paused to remember the 14-year-old killed.

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