Denver police arrest Uber driver after passenger is shot dead

Suspect Michael Andre Hancock, 29, arrested on suspicion of first-degree murder after Denver police said he fatally shot a passenger in his vehicle, is shown in this booking photo in Denver, Colorado, U.S., provided June 1, 2018. Denver Police Department/Handout via REUTERS

DENVER (Reuters) – A driver with the ride-sharing service Uber was arrested on Friday for suspicion of first-degree murder after Denver police said he fatally shot a passenger in his vehicle. Michael Andre Hancock, 29, was being held without bond in the Denver County jail pending the formal filing of charges, according to jail records. […]

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