Police said in a release that their Organized Crime Investigation Squad and members of the Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) Task Force intercepted a vehicle with three subjects of the hooliganism investigation at around 4:00 pm on Friday tried. The suspects fled and eventually entered Newport, Kentucky, John A. Roebling crossed the suspension bridge.
According to the release, the suspect vehicle then lost control and killed four miscreants. Two died, and two more were taken to the hospital with injuries that were not life-threatening. Isaac said the suspect received minor injuries and was apprehended by authorities.
“We always investigate … individuals commit crimes because of the nature of the crimes, we can’t just allow them to roam free. However, we have to be careful with public safety,” he said, adding CNN affiliate WCPO Told.
Witness Steve Caminati told the station, “A car came flying – maybe 90 mph – it probably misses me by a centimeter.”
Caminiti said the suspect driver stopped the car at the intersection before losing control.
He said, “The building collapsed. Some people were sitting there … just climbed on them.”