Dashcam Catches Mother of 4 Begging for Her Life Before Being Murdered

Dashcam Catches Mother of 4 Begging for Her Life Before Being Murdered

Dashcam footage discovered after a Pennsylvania mother of four was found dead showed that she begged for her life before she was murdered.

Calvin Crew, 22, has been arrested and charged in the murder of 38 year old Christi Spicuzza.

Spicuzza, who was an Uber driver, picked up Crew, who used his girlfriend’s phone to order the ride, on February 11th. Police say that the video shows Crew entering the vehicle and producing a handgun, pointing it at the back of Spicuzza’s head.

According to the complaint, while driving, she reached back to feel the gun and told Crew: “You’ve got to be joking.”

He reiterated that he had a gun, to which she responded: “Come on, I have a family.”

“I got a family too, now drive,” Crew replied.

Spicuzza tried to persuade him once more, according to the complaint, stating: “I’m begging you, I have four kids.”

According to police, Crew responded by saying: “Do what I say and everything will be all right.”

The dashcam footage ended with Crew grabbing the camera, according to the complaint.

Spicuzza’s body was found with a single gunshot wound to the head in a wooded area near the 500 block of Rosecrest Drive, but her car was discovered in the 500 block of Fourth Street in Pitcairn.

The dashcam was found in the original location that Crew had requested to go to when he entered Spicuzza’s car at the beginning of the ride.

County Police Superintendent Christopher Kearns said investigators believe the motive behind Crew’s actions was robbery.

He has been charged with criminal homicide, robbery and tampering with evidence, according to KDKA-TV.

Crew’s girlfriend, 22 year old Tanaya Mullen, of Pitcairn, may be facing charges as well. According to the criminal complaint, she sent him a text message which stated: “[I’m] not going to jail if we get caught.”

KDKA-TV asked detectives if Mullen could face any charges related to the murder.

“We are continuing the investigation, and we are in consultation with the district attorney’s office about any additional charges that may be filed against anyone else in this case,” Allegheny County Police Department Superintendent Christopher Kearns said.

Uber has released a statement regarding the incident, which read:

“No family should have to suffer such an unimaginable loss, and our thoughts are with Christi’s loved ones during this difficult time. We’ve been in touch with law enforcement to support the investigation and are grateful for everything they’ve done.”

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