UPDATE: Five teens are facing second-degree murder charges after a man was killed when rocks were thrown onto I-75 from an overpass last Wednesday evening, WXYZ-TV reports
Other charges include six counts of felony malicious destruction of property and two counts misdemeanor malicious destruction of property. Four other vehicles were also hit by the rocks that were thrown from the Dodge Road overpass at about 8:30 p.m. on Oct. 18.
FLINT, Mich. -- (WXYZ) -- Several teens are in custody for throwing rocks off of I-75 that killed 32-year-old Kenneth White.
A family is searching for answers as police search for the person responsible for killing 32-year-old Kenneth White.
Police say someone threw a rock from an overpass into oncoming traffic. It crashed through the windshield of a vehicle White was traveling in.
White’s family says they simply cannot believe this happened. His younger brother told me, while they plan his funeral, they’re hoping whoever did this is caught.
“Put the doctor on the phone and said we did everything… we did everything we could for him and he died,” says Donald White, Kenneth White’s uncle. “You’re playing Russian roulette with people’s lives.”
The family is at a loss for words tonight after police say someone hurled debris from an overpass on I-75 in Mt. Morris, hitting the car carrying White - killing him.
“I still can’t figure out what goes through someone’s head to want to just throw stuff off of a bridge with oncoming traffic,” Thomas White says.