Juvenile who fled to Armenia arrested on suspicion of tried homicide after street rage incident



A juvenile who fled to Armenia after punching a person with brass knuckles throughout a street rage incident, leaving the person in a coma, has been arrested on suspicion of tried homicide, authorities stated Thursday.

About 9:30 p.m. New Yr’s Day, a black Jeep was driving erratically within the Valley Glen neighborhood when it received behind one other man’s car.

Each autos pulled to the curb close to Woodman Avenue and Victory Boulevard, and each drivers and the Jeep’s passengers received out.

Witness video recorded from a close-by automobile reveals two males from separate autos exchanging phrases, after which one of many Jeep’s occupants — the juvenile arrested this week, in keeping with the Los Angeles Police Division — shortly strikes the motive force of the opposite car. The motive force collapses to the bottom because the Jeep’s occupants flee.

The sufferer has been hospitalized because the assault.

LAPD labored with the FBI, U.S. Division of Homeland Safety, Interpol and the Los Angeles County district lawyer’s workplace to convey the juvenile again to america.

One other suspect, recognized by the LAPD as Robert Hovhannisyan, was not returned from Armenia by legislation enforcement as a result of he didn’t assault the motive force, in keeping with the LAPD.

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