Black High School Graduate Fatally Shot In Road Rage Incident

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An arrest was made Sunday in the case involving an 18-year-old honors student who was killed Wednesday afternoon in what police described as a road rage shooting.

Desper turned himself in early Sunday morning, and is being held at the Chester County Prison without bail, charged with first-degree murder and related offenses.

Anyone with information on the shooting is asked to contact the West Goshen Police Department at 610-696-7400.

Roberson, in her green 2009 Chevrolet Malibu, and the suspect in the pickup truck were traveling along Route 100 in West Goshen, Pennsylvania, just west of Philadelphia on Wednesday evening. Desper fled on Route 202 before exiting onto Paoli Pike, according to reports. "We're also hoping this gentleman turns himself in to us or comes forward with his attorney".

District Attorney Thomas Hogan called the road rage shooting a "totally random, senseless act of violence".

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He struggled to find words for the man who shot her. "He took a lovely young lady of 18 years of age in the prime of her life getting ready to go off to college, and for reasons that are incomprehensible to me, the family is now planning for her funeral instead of a going-away party for college".

Roberson was shot in her head.

According to the outlet Roberson, a Black high school graduate, was returning from a trip to the mall to buy clothes for college when the encounter occurred.

West Goshen Township Police on Saturday released video apparently showing clear footage of the faded red pickup truck driving on a local road.

A composite sketch of the suspect that has been released by authorities indicates that he is a White male. There was a vigil scheduled for Friday night in Roberson's hometown. "As we continue communicating with Bianca's family, we'll discuss ideas such as a scholarship being created out of some money earned in this GoFundMe. She had to have been pretty scared", said Dontae Alburg, Bianca's brother.

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