Police ID suspect killed by pick-up truck
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#1 Nov 15, 2006
In the incident of Tyree Henderson's death and ALLEGED crime of robbery, I give you just a few questions that should be answered: 1.It is well known that Tyree is a devouted father, why would endanger his children by taking them to do a crime? That's out of his character. 2. Why would he have to go all the way to Cincinnati to snatch a purse, when he works two jobs? 3. If the driver of the truck was supposed to be either chasing him, OR, hit him to prevent any more ALLEGED damage to the ALLEGED victim, how come Tyree was struck in the front and how come the ALLEGED victim wasn't hit as well, AND how come the driver just didn;'t call the police and indentify him as an assailant?
There is something deep beneath all of this, could it be that Tyree was dropping of a relative with a known criminal past who was up to something not known to Tyree, and in the midst of everything, he was at the wrong place at the wrong time?
Think about it. I know that young man that was murdered, he wasn't an angel, but he was a good man. Go around his neighborhood, his city and see how many lives he touched in a positve way. A lot of people say that about their loved ones, but this is the truth. My son did not rob anyone, and the truth will come out.
#2 Nov 23, 2006
He fired a gun at the man driving the truck.
Did he deserve to die? Probably not.
Was that man justified in running him over? Absolutely.
People who aren't criminals and don't shoot at innocent people WILL NOT get killed by people fearing for thier lives.
#3 Nov 25, 2006
I am sorry for your loss. I also hope that the truth will come out. You made me wonder with some of your comments, though.
When you say "could it be that Tyree was dropping of a relative with a known criminal past" that sure sounds like you have some pretty definite suspicions, maybe even specific information. Are you willing to name this hypothetical individual?
And you worry me when you write "he wasn't an angel." That phrase covers an awful lot of ground. If you mean that he had some traffic violations, that's not a big deal, but if he had a prior history of robbery or assault, then believing that he is capable of this violent crime becomes easier.
#4 Nov 26, 2006
I worked with tyree and his wife.I knew tyree to be a very up going man a good man.He was so happy his wife is pregnant and couldnt wait to have his son!Tyree did not do this he was died an innocent man!The law is wrongfully accusing tyree!They will meet there makers when they pass the so called victims and the law!
#5 Nov 27, 2006
I knew Tyree personally as a friend and as a cousin by marriage. He was a wonderful father, brother, son, cousin, and friend to anyone who knew him. This "accident" was completely uncalled for and I hope justice is served to the killer.
Not only has the community lost a wonderful individual, but a family has lost a father. Please send my deepest condolenses to the family.
Jodi from Reno
#6 May 31, 2013
That was my cousin and I miss him everyday. I'm older now, and I knew my cousin was roudy. But never deserved to die. I will always remember my cousin as a wonderful man like a brother. But not a criminal. I love u red. R.I.p
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