Man acquitted of killing suspected of ramming vehicle
JEFFERSON CITY (AP) — A Jefferson City man acquitted of a 2015 killing has been charged with ramming his brother's car.
The Jefferson City News-Tribune reports that 26-year-old Paris Alexander-Henderson is charged with second-degree assault, first-degree child endangerment, resisting arrest and first-degree property damage. No attorney is listed for him in online court records.
The charges stem from a dispute between Alexander-Henderson and his brother, Darnell Parker, which started Sunday at a park. Jefferson City police say that Alexander-Henderson pursued Parker after he got into a vehicle with some family members and left the park.
Alexander-Henderson is accused of intentionally ramming his vehicle into the side of Parker's, causing them to spin out.
In May, Alexander-Henderson was acquitted of killing 33-year-old Bryant Sturkey. Alexander-Henderson said he thought Sturkey was going to shoot Parker.
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