Los Angeles, CA – A fight at a downtown Los Angeles strip club ended with two men losing some legs after they were pinned between two cars.
Police are investigating a fight that broke out between 40-year-old Terrence Conrad Meeks and two other men inside Sam’s Hofbrau at about 3:30 a.m. Sunday.
The fight spilled out into the club’s parking lot where, according to police, Meeks got behind the wheel of his white BMW and rammed his vehicle into the two men, pinning them both against their Mini Cooper.
Meeks continued accelerating, pushing the Mini Cooper into the side of the building. An act that police say was no accident. “He rammed his vehicle into them with malicious intent,” Lt. Lee McMillion said.
Both victims – ages 24 and 57 – were taken to the hospital, where one had both of his legs amputated above the knee, and the other had his right leg amputated above the knee. They are both listed in critical but stable condition. Luckily, they will live to enjoy future lap dances. (*badum tish*)
Meeks was arrested and charged with attempted manslaughter and DUI. He is being held on a $500,000 bail.
Investigators say they are also looking at possibly filing hate crime charges – Meeks is black, the victims are Hispanic – as witnesses say a lot of racial epithets were being used before the collision.
Here’s some raw footage from the scene:Tags: Amputation, California, Crime, strip club, Terrence Conrad Meeks