Dragging Deaths

A Case in Point
  • Jay D. Dix
  • Stephen Bolesta


at approximately 12:45 a.m., a sixteen-year-old boy was riding his bicycle home after working in a fast food restaurant. While crossing the road, his bicycle was struck in the rear by a three-quarter-ton truck. A witness to the accident saw and heard the truck hit the bicycle; however, he never saw or heard anything from the victim. After the witness saw the truck drive away, he saw the bicycle and then called the police. Fifteen minutes later the boy’s body was found on the side of the road 2.6 miles (4.2 km) from the scene of the accident.


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© Mikita Brottman 2001

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  • Jay D. Dix
  • Stephen Bolesta

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