Police have caught the man who intentionally tried to run over a bus driver in Brooklyn after a dispute at a red light, they announced.
Kymani Hardie, 22, was charged Monday with attempted murder, second-degree assault and vehicular assault for the April hit-and-run when police say he mowed down a 44-year-old female driver in East New York, according to police.
Hardie, who lives in Crown Heights, was caught in a disturbing video getting out of his car and walking to the front of the bus to confront the driver near Hinsdale Street and Linden Boulevard before getting back in and driving across a median and into the woman to drive away, according to police and video.
Kymani Hardie, from Crown Heights, is accused of intentionally running over a bus driver after a dispute at a red light, police said. (NYPD.) CROWN HEIGHTS, BROOKLYN — Police have caught the man who intentionally tried to run over a bus driver in Brooklyn after a dispute at a […]