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Terrifying dash cam footage shows mother begging for her life before being shot dead

Christi Spicuzza from Turtle Creek, Pennsylvania, secured a ticket and collected Calvin Crew, 22, of Penn Hills, but 10 minutes into the journey, he allegedly pulled a gun and put it behind her head.

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Christina Spicuzza: US police discuss details of Uber driver’s murder

Camera footage shows a mother begging a robber to spare her life before she is allegedly shot.

Police said the Uber taxi driver pleaded with the passenger earlier that she was killed in a targeted robbery.

Christi Spicuzza pleads with clients: “I beg you, I have four children,”

Scene captured in horrifying dashcam video footage, reports The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Spicuzza 38, found dead in a wooded area on February 12 in Monroeville said Allegheny hạt County Police Department.

The driver secured the fare and arrested 22-year-old Calvin Crew of Penn Hills, Pennsylvania, but ten minutes into the journey, he allegedly pulled a gun and pressed it to the back of her head.

“You have to be joking,” Spicuzza says in the footage, before turning around and realizing it’s a gun.

The details of the crime were outlined in a criminal complaint filed by the Post-Gazette.

Christi Spicuzza begged Calvin Crew not to harm her during the taxi ride, begging the suspect that she had four children.






Christi Spicuzza begs Calvin Crew not to hurt her during taxi ride

Crew is said to have told her to “keep driving” while she begs him in the video “Come on, I have a family,”

But he retorted: “I also have family, now drive.”

On Thursday, Crew was arrested and is now facing charges of murder, robbery and tampering with evidence.

The driver’s family reported her missing when she did not return home.






Christi Spicuzza’s fiance Brandon Marto and their children

Police found the dashcam near the area Crew is said to have requested to be dropped off, according to the lawsuit.

Allegheny County Sheriff Christopher Kearn told a news conference the crew’s motive was robbery.

The Uber driver’s family reported her missing on February 11.

Police said she drove through several neighborhoods with Crew believed to be in the back seat according to GPS records.






Christi Spicuzza’s car was found with her dashcam lost and her wallet still inside

Spicuzza’s fiance, Brandon Marto, took to Facebook to plead for help after announcing she was missing.

He wrote: “I am raising hopes that Christi will come home soon, but I am scared because inside the car was her wallet, and she NEVER left her wallet in the car. This pain is not real. .”

He said she would usually check in with him every hour as she drove.






Facebook message left by Christi’s partner

But he didn’t hear from her and put their four children to bed after their last correspondence and woke up at 4 a.m. to find out she wasn’t in touch.

The lawsuit states that Crew received a text message from his girlfriend Tanaya Mullen stating “[I’m] don’t go to jail if we get caught. ”

Mullen’s alleged police officer said her weapon disappeared after bringing it to a birthday party for one of Crew’s relatives.






A police car at the crime scene

It is not known whether the gun was used to shoot Spicuzza, but police said Mullen has not been charged.

According to the Post-Gazette, Crew was scheduled before District Judge Robert Dzvonick on Friday.

He is being held at the Allegheny County Jail pending a first hearing scheduled for February 25.

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/us-news/horrifying-dashcam-footage-shows-mum-26278056 Terrifying dash cam footage shows mother begging for her life before being shot dead

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