Valley Stream, New York 2021-07-22 15:25:22 –
Spartanburg County, South Carolina (WSPA) – According to Solicitor, Spartanburg County, an Inman man was sentenced to 20 years in prison for shooting and killing two highway patrols who tried to stop him for a traffic violation in February 2019. And received 5 years of probation. ..
Andrey Khorzhevskiy, 22, said he didn’t stop because of one assault and two battery counts, a gun fire at an occupied vehicle, illegal carrying of weapons, blue light and sirens, stolen goods. I pleaded guilty to receiving the.
Attorneys said on February 24, 2019, Troopers attempted to stop Korjevsky’s car due to a defective headlight near the intersection of Highway 9 and Highway 292. He left the trooper and crossed the centerline. A second soldier joined the chase.
According to lawyers, when Khorzhevskiy crossed Lake Bowen on Highway 9, he slowed down his car and fired six bullets through the window behind the chasing soldier.
Soldiers stopped pursuing, and Khorzhevskiy was finally seen fleeing towards the North Carolina border. Khorzhevskiy abandoned the vehicle on private land in Pork County.
The next day, investigators found Rzewski’s fingerprint in an abandoned vehicle. Congressman showed Khorzhevskiy’s family a photo of the abandoned vehicle and confirmed his ownership.
According to lawyers, after his arrest, Jorgevsky initially claimed to have someone else rent a car. He later changed his story to say he was driving, but a female passenger shot a soldier. Khorzhevskiy identified the woman, and investigators learned that she was imprisoned in Rutherfordton when the chase took place.
Khorzhevskiy’s criminal record includes not stopping due to green lights and sirens, possession of methamphetamine, two robbers, massive theft, drunk driving, and uninsured driving.
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