In West Chester, Pennsylvania, on Sunday, a local man was arrested in the connection of killing a teenage girl in a road-rage incident that took place last week in the Delaware County region, say the authorities.
The officials called it as a road-rage incident turned from a high-speed car chase into a cat-and-mouse game, which killed the teenager who is just 18-years old.
The report suggested that the accused named David Desper, who is a 28-year-old man, hails from the Delaware County in Pennsylvania, who on this Sunday surrendered to the local police as he was charged with killing an 18-year-old woman named Bianca Roberson. Desper was accused of first-degree murder after he killed Roberson, which is state as “senseless, savage and brutal act,” by Chester County District Attorney Thomas Hogan.
The killing took place in the last week, on a Wednesday afternoon, when Desper become enraged on the girl because both of them went on to a position in the two-lane West Goshen road that merges into one. The incident raises anger in Desper, and then he pulls out his gun and pours bullets into Roberson, which took her life.
Now, the District Attorney said in a statement, as the detectives have seized a red Chevy pickup and a gun, both was used by the accused in the killing. The gun was a .40 caliber Smith & Wesson semiautomatic pistol, which is a legal firearm purchased by Desper, as the detectives checked its purchase date which shows the date of 2015.