Deparved Ga. teen, who intentionally crashed car into Walmart killling Army veteran, flashes middle fingers at judge

12 months ago

Thomasville news, Georgia news.

A Georgia teen accused of intentionally crashing a car into a Thomasville Walmart killing an Army veteran and hurting 3 others reportedly flashed his middle fingers at a judge after being denied bond.

Khalil Pugh, 18, was also all smiles in his mugshot after he allegedly plowed a gray Toyota Camry into the front doors of a Walmart Wednesday killing 66-year-old Kenneth Kennedy, a 25-year veteran of the U.S. Army.

As he was being escorted out of the courtroom, Pugh made the appalling gesture adding to the victims' families' anguish.

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  • “That's what you call having no remorse,” an officer commented.

    Kennedy will be laid to rest at the Tallahassee National Cemetery on Monday. He leaves behind a wife, a daughter, and two grandchildren.

    “He never met a stranger and was a true friend to all who knew him,” his obituary read.

    Pugh, who has a history of carjacking offenses, is now facing charges of murder, homicide by vehicle, malice murder, and aggravated assault with intent to murder.