February 9, 2019
Ayron Poche and victim Janet Keenan.
We shouldn’t place too much emphasis on this chap’s skin color.
White men drive into houses and flee from the ensuing infernos all the time.
The newspapers just cover it up because they’re owned by Jews, and Jews don’t like depicting their fellow white people in a negative light.
A Duluth man is set to appear in court Wednesday and face a murder charge, more than two weeks after he allegedly drove his car into the side of a Gwinnett County home, killing a woman who was inside.
Ayron Poche, 24, was driving on Meadow Church Road in unincorporated Suwanee about 5 a.m. on Jan. 21, Gwinnett police said in a statement Wednesday. His Toyota Camry hit the side of a home, causing the car and building to catch fire, police said. Poche allegedly left the scene on foot, while 72-year-old Janet Keenan called 911 from inside.
“Though she tried to exit the home, she eventually went unconscious,” police said. First responders took the woman to the hospital.
Four days later, investigators identified Poche as the driver and arrested him, police said. He was charged with several crimes, including hit-and-run, serious injury by vehicle and reckless driving. No bond was set for Poche.
On Feb. 2, Keenan died as a result of her injuries, so Poche was additionally charged with felony murder and criminal damage to property in the second degree.