Good Samaritan Family Killed In Roadside Slaying By Person Pretending To Have Car Trouble.
Stopping to assist a stranded motorist has yet again claimed the lives of two innocent people, who simply wanted to help. Tana Shane and husband Jason along with their daughter Jorah were gunned down along a deserted road on Montana’s Crow Indian Reservation, for a simple act of kindness that cost two of them their lives.
The Good Samaritan’s had stopped to help Jesus Deniz, 18 who appeared to have ‘broken down” on the side of the road, and had “apparently” run out of gas, then pulled out a gun and demanded money.
Upon seeing the weapon Jason Shane, ordered his daughter Jorah to run, and that’s when the carnage began, as Deniz open fired on the family killing both Tana and Jason, and wounding Jorah.
Jorah from her hospital bed recounted the tragedy, and recalled running down the road as shots rang out passing close to her head, and hearing her mother’s screams, as blood ran down her face, and then the sudden pain as a bullet ripped into her back.
— Kristi Angel (@bgkristiangel) July 31, 2015
The relatives listened to Jorah Shane's story, made sure the television in her hospital room was kept off, and struggled with how to tell her that the man had killed her mother and father in Wednesday's shooting, Ada Shane told The Associated Press Thursday.
The suspect in the shooting, Jesus Deniz, also known as Jesus Deniz Mendoza, 18, was captured in Wyoming and is waiting to be extradited back to Montana.
— KULR-8 News (@KULR) July 31, 2015
Deniz told the interviewing agents that he shot the victims because he was getting tired of waiting around, and because the daughter had laughed at him," the statement said. A source in the Big Horn County Attorney's Office told the Daily Mail Online they believed Deniz was an American citizen of Hispanic decent.
An officer spoke briefly with the wounded person, who was reportedly incoherent when taken to a hospital, Big Horn County Under-sheriff Bart Elliott said. "The victim that was transported to the emergency room really doesn't know what's going on."