Two Washington DC area children, girls ages 13 and 15, have been charged with felony murder after D.C. police said they attempted to carjack a food delivery driver. The car crashed, and the man was fatally injured.
The entire car jacking was captured on video by a passerby. He recorded the whole thing and streamed it on Live.
The girls — both legally too young to drive — were also charged with armed carjacking, according to authorities. A D.C. police spokesman told MTO News that at least one girl was armed with a stun device, which was found inside the crashed vehicle. Stun guns are illegal in Washington DC.
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MTO News will not identify the girls because they are charged as juveniles.
The victim however was Mohammad Anwar, a 66-year-old immigrant from Pakistan who lived in Virginia and was working as a driver for Uber Eats. His death is the latest in a string of carjackings that began last year around the nation, and is continuing this year.