Utah drunk driver, 19, said he beat girl, 11, & # 39; because she was white, & # 39; told her & # 39; we all ever die & # 39;

Utah driver, 19, said he was high on & # 39; marijuana, Xanax, LSD and mushrooms & # 39; when he deliberately hit girl 11, & # 39; because she was white & # 39; and told her & # 39; we all die someday & # 39; while she was on the road

  • Steven Ray Becky, 19, was charged with attempted criminal murder and DUI with serious physical injury at the weekend
  • Authorities say Becky was driving on Winged Bluff Lane on Friday around 8:30 am when his car ran into an 11-year-old girl traveling south on an electric scooter
  • After she hit the girl and another person with her, Becky got out of his car, accused the girl, and told her & # 39; we all die someday, according to a witness
  • The witness claimed that Becky said he was high on marijuana and Xanax before he tried to flee the scene, but a bystander stopped him until the police arrived
  • Becky later told the police that he had also taken LSD and that he had deliberately hit the child & # 39; because she was white & # 39;
  • He is being held in Utah County jail for a $ 225,000 bail

Steven Ray Becky, 19, was charged with attempted criminal murder and DUI with serious physical injury at the weekend

Steven Ray Becky, 19, was charged with attempted criminal murder and DUI with serious physical injury at the weekend

A Utah man was arrested Friday morning after hitting an 11-year-old girl with his car before telling the police that he used a lot of drugs during the accident and that he hit the child, & # 39; because she was white & # 39; .

Steven Ray Becky, 19, who is also white, was accused of attempting criminal murder and DUI with serious bodily injury at the weekend, according to multiple local media sources.

Police say Becky was driving his Volkswagen Jetta on Winged Bluff Lane in Draper, Utah at 8.30 am on Friday when he met the nameless girl pushing an electric scooter & # 39; & # 39;

Witnesses told the investigators that Becky left his vehicle and the girl & # 39; laden & # 39; while she was on the road and said to her: & # 39; We all die someday & # 39 ;, according to the Salt Lake Tribune.

Becky also told a witness that he was high on marijuana and Xanax at the time of the accident, police said.

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Steven Ray Becky, 19

Steven Ray Becky, 19

Steven Ray Becky, 19 and his Volkswagen Jetta

Steven Ray Becky, 19 and his Volkswagen Jetta

According to police, Becky (photo) told witnesses and investigators that he was high on marijauana, Xanax, LSD and mushrooms when he hit an 11-year-old girl with his car on Friday morning

Authorities say Becky was on Winged Bluff Lane on Friday around 8:30 am when his car hit the child driving an electric scooter to the south

Authorities say Becky was on Winged Bluff Lane on Friday around 8:30 am when his car hit the child driving an electric scooter to the south

Authorities say Becky was on Winged Bluff Lane on Friday around 8:30 am when his car hit the child driving an electric scooter to the south

The nineteen-year-old tried to flee the scene on foot, but a bystander grabbed him and stopped him until emergency services arrived.

Both Becky and his victim were taken to a local hospital after the incident.

A doctor treating the 19-year-old suspect said he told the medical staff that he was high on LSD and had eaten psychedelic mushrooms.

Eining said that Becky was staying with a relative whose child is friends with the victim, the Salt Lake Tribune reported.

Both the suspect and the victim were taken to a local hospital

Both the suspect and the victim were taken to a local hospital

Both the suspect and the victim were taken to a local hospital

Draper's police chief, John Eining, said the knight's helmet might have saved her life

Draper's police chief, John Eining, said the knight's helmet might have saved her life

Draper's police chief, John Eining, said the knight's helmet might have saved her life

The 11-year-old girl was in serious condition when she was taken to a local hospital.

She was wearing a helmet when Becky & # 39; s car straightened her & # 39; hit, according to Draper Police chief John Eining.

& # 39; It is very remarkable that the girl is in such good shape, very fortunate, & # 39 ;, Eining told reporters during a press conference on Friday. & # 39; We believe (the helmet) probably has something to do with the condition it is currently in. & # 39;

Eining was still being held at Utah County Prison in Spanish Fork, Utah, on $ 225,000 on Monday morning.

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