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David Herr was a tow truck driver who was simply doing his job when he was dispatched to toy an illegally parked Jaguar. Once he got there, his dash cam shows him preparing to get the car up on his lift when the car’s apparent owner shows up and demands he take the car down. He immediately pulls a gun on the driver and shoots him dead at the scene with little to no hesitation.

The suspect in the case, Triston Johnson of Ft. Lauderdale, was charged with four felonies — first degree murder, attempted first degree murder, and two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, according to Broward County (Florida) court records.

However, just last month — and more than three years after the shooting — Johnson was found incompetent to stand trial and has been committed to Florida’s Department of Children and Families for involuntary hospitalization for mental health treatment.