Good Samaritan in Missouri Murdered While Trying to Save Woman
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HANNIBAL, Mo. — A 45-year-old Missouri biker was reportedly killed by two other men when he tried to stop them from attacking a woman by the side of the road.
Rodney Wood was riding his motorcycle when he saw a woman being attacked, a family friend told the Hannibal Courier-Post. He pulled over to try to help, the paper reported.
But when Wood tried to intervene, the unidentified attackers apparently turned on him and killed him, according to the Courier-Post. Wood's body was found early Sunday morning in Hannibal, Mo.
The suspects, who are 21 and 22, were arrested Sunday.
Police have released few other details about the incident.
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One man is dead and two others are in custody after a reported assault in Hannibal.
According to the Hannibal Police Department, 45-year-old Rodney Wood of Hannibal was riding his motorbike home around 12:45 Sunday morning, when he was assaulted by two men.
Both were arrested just after 3:30 Sunday afternoon, and are identified as 21-year-old Nathan Stice, and 22-year-old David Ater, both of Hannibal. Both men face charges of Murder in the 2nd Degree, 1st Degree Involuntary Manslaughter, and Kidnapping. They are currently being held at the Marion County Jail on $500,000 cash only bond.
An autopsy is scheduled for this afternoon in Columbia.
WGEM will have much more on this story later today.