A 16-year-old Ohio boy will encounter adult indictments and charges after cops state he killed another teen to death and left him bleeding on the road the last weekend.
News reports that 16-year-old Tyler Miller is experiencing from murder charges after he supposedly stabbed 19-year-old Amonie Ervin in a “calm and low” suburban area in Perrysburg.
Occupants discovered the victim on the ground off of Tonbridge Court and although they performed aid while expecting on first responders, the victim died to his severe injuries.
“Bystanders state that they observed a male who emerged dead, placing at the end of the road. When deputies got here, some of the bystanders were doing CPR on him. Doctors arrived, and he was declared dead soon after they came. So, at this point it resembles to be a crime,” Perrysburg Chief of Police Patrick Jones told.
Police discovered about 20 to 25 “sharp power injuries and wounds that was given with full force” to the victim’s body, allegedly caused by a kitchen knife or by heavy sharp metal.
According to the reports, prosecutors stated that since he’s stayed in jail, Miller has made numerous severe threats and warnings while in custody. He also supposedly attempted to bring crime to the courtroom.
Miller arrived in court Tuesday with restrictions on after the judge considered him a danger to himself and the community. He’s assumed to be conveyed from a juvenile department to the Wood County Justice Center, notably based on the teen’s conduct while in juvenile confinement.
The purpose and the motive for the killing is unknown. Experts stated, however, that it was not random or casual. It might be a kind of revenge act.
“My life is missing. I really don’t understand what to speak or not. I don’t understand how to wrap my head around it,” Gaston told the Toledo Blade.