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Sept. 2024 date set for trial of 2 teens as adults in fatal Vegas bicyclist crash seen on video

LAS VEGAS (AP) — A September 2024 date has been set for two teenagers to be tried as adults on murder and other charges in the fatal video-recorded crash of an allegedly stolen car into a bicyclist in Las Vegas. The teens have each pleaded not guilty to multiple felonies in a series of car thefts and hit-and-run vehicle incidents early Aug. 14 — including the apparently intentional striking of bicyclist Andreas “Andy” Probst. They remain in jail pending trial. The Associated Press isn’t naming the teens due to their ages at the time of the alleged crimes. Probst was a retired police chief from the Los Angeles-area city of Bell.

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