Neighbors of the man killed Sunday while riding bikes with his sons say they're numb over his death — adding that he was a devoted father, husband and neighbor.
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, Fla. — The man accused of intentionally running over a biking family and killing a father will not face the death penalty.
The State Attorney’s Office ruled on Monday, Mikese Morse, has a history of mental illness.
Morse is accused of first-degree premeditated murder, two counts of attempted murder and for leaving the scene of a crash. The incident killed Pedro Aguerreberry and injured his two sons on June 24.
The parents of a Morse said their son has been battling mental health issues for several years and told
ABC Action News they have tried to get him help for a decade.
Morse will have a competency hearing on September 14.
Police: Man 'purposely' struck family on New Tampa bike path, killing father, injuring 2 boysMan killed on New Tampa bike path was a devoted husband, father and neighbor
Police: Man 'purposely' struck family on New Tampa bike path, killing father, injuring 2 boys
Man killed on New Tampa bike path was a devoted husband, father and neighbor