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Gregory Wagner, 58, of Sewickley, is charged with ruthless endangering another person and summary criminal driving in the wrong direction and negligent driving
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According to the criminal complaint, the police used eyewitness accounts and videos from the night June 22nd to help them find the driver.
"Protesters were angry when they hit the vehicle, shouting that it hit several protesters," reads the criminal complaint. "The vehicle turned left on Tony Dorsett Drive through the crowd and pushed the protesters out of the way."
Nobody was seriously injured.
The police could get the license plate of the Mercedes-Benz, what they say
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According to police, when they photographed the vehicle "It had dents scratching the length of its entire body and the rear windshield were smashed inside, and the Mercedes radiator grille was torn violently."
Wagner will appear in court next month.
Rose, 17, was killed early last week. Pittsbugh police officer Michael Rosfeld shot him in the back from the east, according to authorities, when Rose ran away from a police stop. Hundreds of demonstrators have repeatedly demonstrated since Rose's death demanding justice in the case
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Rosfeld was charged on Wednesday with criminal homicides
He is expected to go to court on July 6 for a preliminary indictment.