Teen Girls Who Murdered Uber Eats Driver in DC Are Reportedly Getting Plea Deal

Teen Girls Who Murdered Uber Eats Driver in DC Are Reportedly Getting Plea Deal

The 13 and 15-year-old girls who murdered an Uber Eats driver during a carjacking in DC are reportedly getting a plea deal.

Instead of fleeing the scene after the car that they were trying to steal crashed and rolled on its side, one of the girls began looking for her cellphone that was in the vehicle — while walking nonchalantly past their victim’s body.

Their victim, Mohammad Anwar, 66, of Springfield, Virginia, was driving for Uber Eats when the girls attempted to steal his car and tased him.

The horrific scene was caught on camera by a witness.

The horrific scene was caught on camera by a witness.

Warning, the video is extremely graphic and disturbing:

While many people believe the girls should be charged as adults, it does not seem to be what the prosecutor has in mind.

The Washington Post sat-in on the virtual hearing for the killers on Wednesday, and report that the prosecutor had told the judge they were expecting to give attorneys plea bargain offers in the “next day or two.”

Additionally, D.C. Police Commander Ramey Kyle told FOX 5 that they are investigating one of the suspect’s involvements in another carjacking in January.

Fox 5 reports that “D.C. laws prohibit a 13-year-old from being tried as an adult. At 15-years-old, the D.C. Attorney General’s Office could petition for a case to be transferred to the adult court system. Court sources told FOX 5 that usually happens during the first hearing.”

The reporters who sat in on the hearing have not indicated that any attempt was made to transfer the case into the adult system.

“We will carry him with us always, but it doesn’t take the pain away of losing him so tragically and so unexpectedly soon,” read part of a statement on the family’s GoFundMe page.

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