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The suspect ran a red light and collided with two vehicles. He then fled on foot and left the boy for dead

By Matt Coughlin
The Morning Call

TULLYTOWN, Pa. — Police say a man fleeing following a reported theft from a Philadelphia-area store crashed into other vehicles at an intersection, claiming the life of a 2-year-old boy in his vehicle.

Christopher D. Kuhn, 27, of Hamilton, N.J., is charged with third degree murder, homicide by vehicle, endangering the welfare of children, recklessly endangering another person, driving without a license and related offenses. Kuhn is being held in Bucks County prison on $5 million bail.

Pictured is Christopher D. Kuhn. (Photo/Bucks County Prison)
Pictured is Christopher D. Kuhn.
(Photo/Bucks County Prison)

Chief Daniel Doyle of the Tullytown police department said the Kuhn fled the Walmart store at Levittown Town Center early Tuesday afternoon.

Authorities said he ran a red light and collided with two other vehicles. Kuhn’s 2-year-old son was thrown from the vehicle and pronounced dead at a hospital.

Police said Kuhn fled on foot but was arrested and taken to a hospital for evaluation before being arraigned on the charges against him late Tuesday night. No one else was injured in the crash.

Kuhn pleaded guilty in 2015 to drug possession after an incident in nearby Morrisville and was sentenced to one year of probation. Court records indicate Kuhn pleaded guilty to drug and theft charges in New Jersey in recent years as well.



Comments:
What valuable object was it you had to steal that wax worth ending this child's life? Incarcerate for life.
Posted by Sasquatch at 10/6/2017 7:21:42 AM

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