Police look for Good Samaritans who helped in traffic accident, police shooting
Prince George's County police are looking for two Good Samaritans who helped with a traffic accident that led to police fatally shooting a man.
An African-American woman stopped to help motorists involved in a multi-vehicle accident. One of the motorists was wanted by Takoma Park Police and attempted to carjack the woman's red BMW, according to a news release.
During the attempted carjacking, a Hispanic man came to her aid and began fighting with the motorist.
A Takoma Park police patrol officer arrived shortly after and fought with the motorist as she attempted to stop him, the release said.
A second officer arrived and shot the motorist.
The motorist, identified as Keston Davis, 19, of the 700 block of Linden Oak Place in Odenton, was taken to an area hospital where he died.
Police would like to speak with the Good Samaritans to learn more about the incident.
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