Pedro Aguerreberry, 42, killed and Mikese Morse, 30, charged in deliberate bicycle collision on bike trail in Tampa, Florida

Modified Date: 
Tue, 11/27/2018 - 6:02am
Accident Date: 
Sunday, June 24, 2018

Arrest made in hit-and-run death of dad on family bike ride

Tampa Police Chief Brian Dugan told reporters that 42-year-old Pedro Aguerreberry was riding on an off-road bike path with his young sons around noon Sunday when Morse drove his Dodge Avenger off the road, over a grass median and into the family.

The Latest: Parents of man who killed bicyclist speak

Their 30-year-old son, Mikese Morse has been hospitalized several times since his early twenties. They say he was having a psychotic break on Sunday when authorities said he purposely drove off the road,” cutting across traffic and over a grass easement, to kill a 42-year-old father on a bike ride with his two young sons.

Man ruled incompetent for trial in crash into bike riders

The Tampa Bay Times reports Hillsborough County Circuit Judge Mark Kiser declared 31-year-old Mikese Morse incompetent to proceed Monday after reviewing a psychological assessment. Morse will go to a state hospital to receive mental health treatment before prosecution can continue.

People Involved: 
Pedro Aguerreberry
Mikese Morse
Tampa, FL

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