Black Ohio teenager would have shot at four people and shouted: & # 39; I don't like white people in my neighborhood & # 39;
& # 39; I don't like white people in my neighborhood! & # 39; Black Ohio teenager faces felony assault charges for opening fire on people in passing cars
- Devonta Allen, 18, was confronted with four felony attacks after alleged shootings
- Police say he shot four people in cars at Kennedy Heights, Ohio on July 25
- The teenager reportedly fled into a white Hyundai Sedan shortly after 11.15
- Allen pleaded guilty about firing the weapon on Monday, but said they shot first
- The police said the account contradicts the statements of witnesses and victims
Devonta Allen, 18, was charged with four felony attacks after alleged shelling on four people in Kennedy Heights, Ohio. Before he shot, he said: & # 39; I don't like white people in my neighborhood & # 39;
A black teenager is said to have shot at four people after he shouted: & # 39; I don't like white people in my neighborhood & # 39 ;.
Devonta Allen, 18, faces four counts of crime attack after the July 25 incident that followed a brief confrontation in Kennedy Heights, Ohio.
Cincinnati police say a video shows how the teenager chases four people on Tyne Avenue around 11.15 am and then shoots three times at two vehicles in which the victims were.
Shortly before Allen reportedly opened fire, he saw his gun firing and he said, "I don't like white people in my hood," in the images, according to WKRCTV.
No one was injured in the attack and later he drove off in a white Hyundai Sedan with damage to the rear of the vehicle.
Police say the suspect surrendered himself Monday and gave the officers an audio-recorded statement admitting that they had shot at the victims, the site reported.
Allen claims that the four people were first armed and shot at him, according to police contradicting statements from witnesses and victims.
Teen lawyers said Allen has no adult record, but understands how & # 39; seriously & # 39; the charge is, according to Fox19.
A judge has ordered Allen to be held on a $ 480,000 bond.
Screenshots of the shocking video in which Allen reportedly shoots at four victims (left) before they drive off in a white Hyundai Sedan (right)
Tyne Avenue (above) in Kennedy Heights, Ohio, where the incident would have occurred
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