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LOS ANGELES – According to the Los Angeles County Prosecutor's Office, a man accused of using a motorized scooter to kill a woman was accused of murder
Amad Rashad Redding, 27 has been described as short-lived, has been accused of one murder and sentenced to a life sentence. The DA Bureau said on Wednesday.
Redding accused of attacking Rosa Elena Hernandez, 63, by chance when she walked on Long Beach on Monday. He knocked it on the ground and slid it on it before catching the electric scooter and pressing it with it, according to the district lawyer's office.
"She walked quietly, and all of them suddenly encountered a person who attacked her – it wasn't right because she didn't make it," NBC told Los Angeles this week to her husband Hernandez.
Hernandez died of injury after noon attack, Long Beach police said.
Redding instead of a $ 2 million security deposit on Monday's Long Beach, and it's scheduled to be scheduled for May 29, the District Prosecutor's Office said. On Thursday it was not clear whether he had a lawyer who could speak on his behalf.
The attacker fled after the deadly attack, and later the suspect, like Redding, was detained in Long Beach police local business. / 2 hours after the incident, the police said.