Dhal Apet Death – While being investigated for a burglary, two teenagers—Lueth Mo, 15, and Dhal Apet, 17,—tragically met their deaths in a collision with an Onondaga County constable. The incident has caused a stir in the neighbourhood, highlighted the difficulties with legal processes, and called into question the proper use of lethal force.
Mo and Apet attended Henninger High School, which is a part of the active DeWitt neighbourhood. Their lives were tragically ended during the events of Wednesday morning when the constable in question was allegedly almost run over by the stolen automobile they were in. This terrifying occurrence took place close to the Midler Meadows mobile home park on North Midler Street in DeWitt, according to Onondaga County Sheriff Toby Shelley. The constable looked into the theft because he thought it might have something to do with two nocturnal break-ins. Tragically, things quickly got out of hand, and the two young people lost their lives.
Sheriff Shelley claimed that three rounds were fired into the car, citing video footage from a witness. However, because this video has not yet been made public, many people in the neighbourhood are hungry for openness and responsibility. It was discovered that the constable who was shot during the event was not wearing a body camera at the time. Their identity has not been made public. Because of the quickly developing events, according to Sheriff Shelley, the constable was unable to turn on the camera.
The constable had few options and nowhere to run during those crucial seconds, according to Sheriff Shelley, who emphasised the immediacy and seriousness of the issue. The event has prompted a larger discussion concerning the use of force by law enforcement personnel and the necessity of transparency and accountability in such situations. In addition to expressing its sorrow over the deaths of Lueth Mo and Dhal Apet, the community demands an exhaustive and objective investigation to ascertain the conditions that caused this unfortunate event and guarantee that everyone involved receives justice.