New Charges Filed Against Las Vegas Teen Accused Of Filming Himself Killing Retired Cop, Involving A Separate Stabbing Incident

Jamiesfeast – A teenager who is accused of recording his own act of killing a retired police officer in Las Vegas is now being charged in connection with another incident involving a stabbing.

Jesus Ayala, who is 18 years old, and Jzamir Keys, who is 16 years old, have been accused of intentionally running over Andreas “Andy” Probst, a retired California police chief. The incident occurred in August of last year when Probst was riding his bike in a cycling lane. Shockingly, both teenagers filmed the entire incident.

According to the New York Post, Ayala, who is currently awaiting trial for the scheduled murder case on September 16, is now facing additional charges related to a separate stabbing incident that occurred prior to the fatal hit-and-run on June 27, 2023.

News station FOX 5 Vegas reported that the teen was caught on January 17 for the “extremely violent” attack that left a victim with multiple stab wounds and a major head injury.

The person who was stabbed also had cuts on his back and face. He went to the hospital to get help for acute and severe pain.

According to KSNV, Steve Wolfson, the District Attorney of Clark County, revealed that they have charged him with crimes related to an attempted murder case and a stabbing.

According to the news source, the stabbing victim said that an unknown guy came up to him and accused him of stealing. Then a group of five people showed up and attacked him.

All of the suspects were said to be younger than 18 years old. A knife was found near the scene of the crime, but the cops couldn’t connect it to Ayala.

However, people who were there said that Ayala was one of the suspects who stabbed the victim. The DNA findings have not been made public yet.

In September, the victim positively identified Ayala during a photo line-up.

“We have leveled some grave accusations against him. I mean, you can’t get any more serious than open murder and now he faces an attempted murder charge,” stated Wolfson regarding Ayala, as reported by KSNV.

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