The 23-year-old man from Minnesota, who was charged with murder after he was 75, dies after brutal beatings
A Minnesota man charged with second-degree murder after the 75-year-old bus driver he allegedly attacked last week died as a result of his injuries. Minnesota-based Leroy Davis, a 23-year-old, was initially charged with crimes of penitence on 6 November in the city's Chicago Lake Transit Center, FOX 9 in Minneapolis-St. Paul reported.
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Surveillance photographs show the senior passenger asking Davis-Miles and others to lower their votes, with the group responding In the report it is said that Leroy Davis-Miles (23) from Minneapolis is being charged with second-degree murder in connection with the death of a 75-year-old man, authorities say. (Hennepin County Jail) "/>
Minnesota Leroy Davis-Miles, 23, is currently being charged with second-degree murder in connection with the death of a 75-year-old man. (Hennepin County Prison)
According to video footage and testimony, Davis-Miles later beat the older man outside the bus, causing him to fall backwards and hit his head against the pavement.
After the man was killed, the police said, Davis-Miles The Minneapolis Star Tribune reported that some members of the group "congratulated" shaking hands with the victims and lying unconscious on the floor.
The police told FOX 9 that the man had an accident, had serious brain injury, and died at 1
:36 pm Tuesday, as the 39th murder victim of the year in Minneapolis.
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The Minneapolis police said they worked with the Hennepin Procuratorate to improve the lawsuit against Davis-Miles.
] The authorities did not disclose the identity of the deceased.