Two teenagers accused of intentionally hitting and killing retired California police chief Andreas Probst while he was riding a bicycle in August flipped off the deceased man’s family Tuesday during a court hearing.
Despite the serious felony charges facing 18-year-old Jesus Ayala and 16-year-old Jzamir Keys, the two were seen giggling, conversing and even gesturing the middle finger at the Probst family in court Tuesday, KTNV reports.
The scene made wife and daughter Crystal and Taylor Probst livid. Daughter Taylor said the callous conduct was shocking.
“How can you sit there after taking a man’s life and act like such an entitled pr***?” said Taylor Probst. “They were sniggering, laughing and trying to mad-dog and intimidate us, which didn’t work.”
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department officers said Ayala was the driver and Keys the passenger in the hit-and-run crash killing Probst on Aug. 14.