The ride-hailing company said in a statement Friday that its thoughts are with the families of all those involved and that it will continue to work closely with police. Statement of probable cause reveals more details about the shooting The deadly shooting occurred a little before 3 a. The driver began to have trouble breathing and was taken to a nearby hospital, where he was treated and released. Detective Lopez noted several suspected bullet strikes in the passenger compartment of the Nissan sedan. Hancock and the victim were both transported to hospitals.
In some cases, drivers were working with revoked, suspended or canceled licenses, the state said. Officers began performing lifesaving measures until paramedics arrived. The Denver Office of the Medical Examiner said an autopsy confirmed Kim died of multiple gunshot wounds. Hancock, who does not have a criminal record in Colorado, worked as a driver for nearly three years but Uber removed his access to its app after his arrest. The ride-hailing company said in a statement Friday that it is 'deeply troubled' by the fatal shooting and that its thoughts are with the families of all those involved and that it will continue to work closely with police. Denver time forced drivers to battle heavy traffic through residential areas and the University of Denver campus, backing up vehicles into neighborhoods as commuters sought alternate routes. The company said it has since removed Hancock from the app.
The driver and victim were transported to hospitals. It will be up to prosecutors to decide whether or not to pursue a murder charge or any other criminal charges against him. The initial police investigation snarled morning rush-hour traffic through Denver. During the shooting, the car careened out of control and smashed into a concrete barrier on the south side of I-25 near University Boulevard. Police said the unidentified man who was killed was found lying on the floor board of the car's front passenger seat. He says shots were fired by the driver on Interstate 25 shortly before 3 a.
This booking image provided by the Denver Police Department, shows Michael Andre Hancock, who was arrested Friday, June 1, 2018, on suspicion of first-degree murder in the shooting on an interstate. The driver allegedly shot and killed a passenger at 2:45 a. Hancock, 29, is being held without bond in a Denver jail on suspicion of first-degree murder. The passenger, who has not been publicly identified, died at a hospital. He said there was no apparent prior relationship between the driver and the victim.
All lanes of I-25 reopened about 8:30 a. Authorities say Hancock, an Uber driver, shot a man in a car shortly before 3 a. Hancock began having trouble breathing and was transported to Denver Health Medical Center, where he was treated and released. The driver, identified as 29-year-old Michael Hancock, was arrested for first-degree murder in connection with the early morning shooting. All ptys involved are accounted for. It will be up to prosecutors to decide whether or not to pursue a murder charge or any other criminal charges against Hancock.
Stephanie Hancock told her son has been working for Uber for a couple of years to earn extra money. Hancock is believed to have shot and killed his passenger with his in the early hours of Friday morning while they were driving down Interstate 25, a primary north-south artery in the city. His cause of death is pending. His most recent run-in with the law took place on April 21, when he was charged with driving under restraint and speeding. The driver allegedly shot and killed a passenger at 2:45 a.
The driver allegedly shot and killed a passenger at 2:45 a. It was unclear if he had legal representation. The driver was also treated and released from the hospital for unspecified injuries, police spokesman Sonny Jackson said. Uber said In a statement that it has removed Hancock's access to its app and will continue to work closely with police. File photo of Uber app. They said there's no public safety risk.
Several evidence markers could be seen on the ground. An Uber spokesperson confirms Hancock had been driving for Uber for three years with no concerning feedback. He declined to make any statements to police without an attorney, according to the affidavit. Our thoughts are with the families of those involved. Authorities say Hancock, an Uber driver, shot a man in a car shortly before 3 a.