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Driver, 19, charged with killing Plymouth man, dog in street racing hit-and-run – Twin Cities

2021-05-01 00:17:04 –

The 19-year-old driver was charged on Friday after allegedly killing a Plymouth man and his dog in a hit-and-run incident during a street race.

Jack Henry Brashke faces two vehicle murders in a crash on Wednesday evening.

Hit-and-run occurred just before 9 pm on Hennepin County Road 24 and 32nd Avenue North in Plymouth.

Gregory Michael Schneider, 65, later died at Robinsdale’s North Memorial Medical Center.

by WCCO-TV, Hennepin County prosecutor says Brashke pulled up to another car at a red light on County Highway 24. He honked three times, telling other drivers that he wanted to try a street race.

Blaschke then slowed down and drove over 70 mph in the 45 mph zone. He attacked Schneider and his Labrador retriever across the street.

The dog was dead on the scene. Brashke drove away, but was later arrested by Plymouth police.

Prosecutors said Mr. Brashke had recently been arrested for drunk driving and told investigators that his father had previously warned of his careless driving.

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