Timothy Schultz And Christopher Teagardin Death, Obituary – On Tuesday evening in the San Fernando Valley, a driver who was being pursued by police was responsible for the deaths of two fathers who were best friends. New information has come to light regarding these tragic events. Timothy Schultz, who was 49 years old and a resident of Reseda, and Christopher Teagardin, who was 47 years old and a resident of Granada Hills, have been identified by the police as the victims who were killed.
The collision took place in Panorama City near the intersection of Woodman and Lanark. The Los Angeles Police Department has stated that they now have new information that indicates the man who was driving the stolen truck was also sought on a felony warrant; however, he is now being charged with murder instead.
Joellen Ammann is of the opinion that her brother ought to be alive now.
Ammann stated that the vehicle that Timmy was operating was in fact his own vehicle. He was one of two people who were slain when a driver who was being chased by police struck and killed them. Ammann stated that their mother was still now present at their residence, where she was waiting for Ammann’s brother to return. “She is resistant to the idea of going to bed.”
El Dorado Avenue in Pacoima was the location where officers, according to the LAPD, observed a stolen Toyota Tacoma at approximately 7:45 p.m. on Tuesday. The motorist fled when they tried to stop him, and eventually he was involved in a collision with a Honda Civic. According to his family, Teagardin, a 46-year-old father and company owner, and his lifetime best friend were both inside the Civic when it crashed. Both of them were pronounced dead at the site.
This outcome was not predetermined in any way. To put it another way, the value of a stolen truck is low.” The Los Angeles Police Department has now revealed that, at the time of the collision, officers on the ground had retreated for safety reasons, and that an air unit was the only unit in the sky. “We’ll have more information on that as the information becomes known,” said LAPD Chief Michel Moore. “To the public that looks to the circumstances of why the department was pursuing that individual, was it consistent with our policies and expectations, we’ll have more information on that as the information becomes known.”