A bus driver in New Jersey is in jail after he allegedly opened fire on a group of youths who had kicked him to the ground after he stopped the bus to let them exit.
The incident occurred right after New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed a bill to expand the state’s conceal carry law.
The video has been viewed by more than a million people on social media.
According to the Jersey City police, New Jersey Transit bus driver Charles Fieros, 48, got into an argument with at least six youths.
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Some eyewitnesses claimed Fieros stopped the bus and walked around the back of the vehicle to confront the teenagers who had kicked him while he lay helpless on the ground.
At that point, he can be seen taking out a gun on camera.
The black 9mm glock was reported stolen to the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office.
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Three shots were fired by Fieros, and one of them hit a teenager who was taken to the hospital in severe condition but is now doing better.
Following his treatment for his wounds, police officers apprehended Fieros.
Seven charges were filed against him, including attempted murder and illegally possessing a weapon.
As he signed the bill that will enhance the conceal carry law, the governor did not comment particularly on the probe.
Murphy warned against “going into a situation where you don’t expect someone to have a gun.”
After being placed in police custody, Fieros was immediately placed on administrative leave without pay from New Jersey Transit. His detention hearing was postponed without a new date being established.
Armand Runte, then age 19, was seriously hurt nine months ago when pledging Theta Chi on the New Brunswick campus.