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[ooyala code=”ZiZ2JsaDpDMu7eQpDNK6EVRC6vGiMNFQ” player_id=”55ce3a06495346ddb20768902d1e991c”]Virginia Beach, Va. – Virginia Beach prosecutors have sent subpoenas to Twitter for online videos posted by a 21-year-old man who died in a bizarre car accident, and for his friend who is accused of capitalizing on the tragedy by pilfering his buddy’s $3,000 camera.
NewsChannel 3 first disclosed the series of videos from Twitter’s “Vine” app during our investigation into Chris Pardee’s death. Three people with Chris on June 8 say he climbed out of a moving car and tumbled to the pavement, possibly trying a stunt called “car surfing.” Police believe that, and never charged anyone with the death. Chris’ mother, Diane Pardee, doesn’t buy those stories and has been pushing police to dig deeper.
NewsChannel 3 obtained several videos showing the 19-year-old designated driver had been drinking that night. Court records show she was over the limit for teen drivers, but police let her go…
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