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A Dallas Ride-Share Driver Choked Stabbed and Ran Over by Vehicle Dies, Suspect in Custody

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A Dallas Ride-Share Driver Choked Stabbed and Ran Over by Vehicle Dies, Suspect in Custody

33-year-old Joshua Miller lost his life, for what seems to be no reason at all. Word has it he was a highly rated driver in North Texas. He would befriend his passengers, write songs, and play his ukelele. Such a carefree soul that was ripped away from the community.

How The Grisly Murder Happened

Suspect 21-year-old Joshua Scott was picked up by Joshua Miller after his shift at Amazon Fulfilment Center. Scott gave the address to Miller, and so the ride started. Once Miller arrived at the address, Scott pulled out a gun and pointed it at Miller.

Miller then instructed him to pullover and told Miller to put a scarf over his face. When Miller’s face was covered, Scott allegedly tried to cut his throat, at that time Miller tried to defend himself. Scott still managed to stab Miller and hit him with multiple items.

As Scott started choking Miller, Miller tried to drive away that lead to a crash to a nearby structure.

Relentlessly, Scott demanded his cellphone and password, then told him to pick up the debris off the vehicle. Miller followed his orders and did so, but while he was picking up debris Scott decided to hit him with the vehicle multiple times.

The Suspect is In Custody

Joshua Scott is in custody under a $2 Million dollar bail. He is being charged with Capital Murder.

I am not sure of what type of demons Joshua Scott has in his bones but he DEFINITELY needs to get right with God. There is an uncomfortable seething amount of evil in those actions.

Hopefully, the family can have some type of closure once his trial is over.

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