Friday, February 20, 2015
An accused hit-and-run driver on trial for killing a pregnant woman and her husband in Brooklyn got out of his BMW and peered into the windows of their crumpled livery cab before disappearing into the night, an eyewitness testified at his trial Thursday.
"He started walking back towards the black car . . . He looked into the driver's-side back door and the driver's window and looked very distressed and dismayed by what he saw," said Heidi Lauren Duke, describing how she watched Julio Acevedo, 46, before he allegedly ran off.
Duke also drew a sketch of Acevedo's chubby body after she heard the crash was fatal.
"He's tomato-shaped," Duke said, describing to The Post outside Brooklyn Supreme Court how she identified Acevedo in a lineup.
Duke expressed her condolences to relatives of the tragic couple, Nachman and Raizi Glauber, whom Acevedo is accused of killing in March 2013.
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