Terrifying moment taxi driver pulls a gun to his driver in Kansas City after being told how much he owes
- Security video recorded in the cab when the unidentified robber aimed his firearm at the taxi driver before leaving the scene
- Police said the suspect refused to pay the taxi driver after taking the unsatisfied customer to his desired destination
- The taxi driver called the police and refused to let the accused dodger get out of the vehicle, moments before the alleged robber came into his bag and pulled a gun
- Kansas City Police regards the incident as an armed robbery and they ask the public to help them identify and arrest the suspect
Dramatic images show the moment a taxi passenger pulled a gun on his driver after being told how much he owed.
Police in Kansas City, Missouri, said the taxi driver picked up the man in the 1500 block of SW Sunset Drive in Blue Springs on June 20 before taking him to 112th Terrace and Hickman Mills Drive in Kansas City, WDAF-TV said.
The unknown man, who became a police officer on the flight after three weeks on Wednesday, asked the taxi driver to drive up a driveway adjacent to a discounted bail bond company.
However, when he was informed of his total fare, the suspect allegedly refused to pay and he asked the taxi driver to call the police.
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Authorities in Kansas City, Missouri released a video on Wednesday of an angry taxi passenger pulling a gun at his driver
After the driver informed the passenger of his total fare, the customer reportedly refused to pay, which led to the taxi driver having to call the police. The taxi driver ordered the suspect to stay in his taxi while they waited for the police to arrive
Moments later, the customer can grab his hand in his bag and pull out a hand weapon before pointing him to the taxi driver
The shocking incident was recorded by a surveillance video in the cabin.
& # 39; Put your feet in it … I won't let you out of my car, & # 39; the driver says to the man, standing in front of the rear passenger door and talking to the police on his cell phone.
Moments later, the customer can grab his hand in his bag and pull out a gun before pointing him to the taxi driver.
& # 39; Do not move, & # 39; says the dissatisfied customer, calling on the driver to drive away from the rear passenger door before the shooter jumped out of the vehicle and ran away eastward from the stage.
The unnamed man told the taxi driver: & # 39; Don't move & # 39 ;, causing the driver to withdraw from the rear passenger door before the shooter left the vehicle and drove east away from the scene.
The shooter may be a scene jogging eastward away from the scene while the stunned taxi driver says to the police: & # 39; he has just pulled a gun at me & # 39;
& # 39; He just pulled a gun at me, & # 39; the taxi driver can be told who tells a policeman.
Kansas City Police refused the identity of the alleged armed robber on Thursday afternoon.
& # 39; He handed himself in last night. The Jackson County prosecutor will sue him today, & # 39; said spokesperson Darin Snapp from Kansas City Police via email.
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