In 2012, NYC driver wanted to kill cops

In 2012, NYC driver wanted to kill cops

In 2012, NYC driver wanted to kill cops

Results of drug tests on Rojas are expected in the next few days, Aubry said. Rojas also allegedly told an officer "I smoked marijuana". He pleaded guilty to a harassment violation.

Rojas was also charged with drink driving in 2008 and 2015. The officials said Rojas told officers he had been hearing voices. Alyssa Elsman, an 18-year-old tourist from MI, was killed in the mayhem.

She graduated from Portage Central High School.

Her condition is "very critical, Aubrey said".

The young woman is remembered by her principal as thoughtful, compassionate and bright.

Police say 26-year-old Richard Rojas struck 23 people in New York City's Times Square Thursday, killing a MI teenager, before his vehicle was stopped by a row of steel security barriers. Harrison Ramos said Rojas wasn't the same when he came back from active duty in 2014.

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Friends of a man suspected of plowing his vehicle into pedestrians in Times Square say he'd been going through a rough time.

The Bronx native enlisted to the US Navy in 2011 and spent two months at a naval prison in SC in 2013. In 2012 he served aboard the USS Carney, a destroyer. Navy records show that in 2013 he spent two months at a naval prison in Charleston, S.C. They don't indicate why. Details of the circumstances were not immediately available.

Although only one person was killed, a driver can face multiple counts of vehicular homicide under NY law if other people are seriously injured. The New York Police Department said the driver drove along the sidewalk for at least three blocks, hitting pedestrians as he went.

A auto traveling through Times Square has driven into a crowd of pedestrians, injuring several people.

"Alyssa was the type of person who seemed very shy and reserved when you first met her, but once you started talking to her you realized she was smart, amusing and engaging", Alburtus said.

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"A woman in front on the sidewalk was hit and tossed before then auto reached 44th st, continued plowing people down at full speed up to 45th street, where it was stopped after crashing into more people and the light post", posted Instagram user Ed G Val, who from across the street "saw the vehicle speeding north on the west sidewalk of southbound 7th Ave". "He just kept going".

The apartment building where Rojas lives was cordoned off by police Thursday.

Rojas's motivation was unclear, but mayor Bill de Blasio said there was "no indication that this was an act of terrorism".

Investigators look under a smashed auto that sits on the corner of Broadway and 45th Street in New York's Times Square after ploughing through a crowd of pedestrians at lunchtime on Thursday, May 18, 2017.

The project, completed in 2016 after six years of planning and construction, included a limited number of barricades created to protect pedestrians. She attended Western Michigan University last fall before transferring to Kalamazoo Valley Community College.

She pushed her children, 3 and 6, out of its path.

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He said that's because during the cab ride before the assault, he and Rojas had a long talk.

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