Thomas Weyer is Being Charged in Connection With a Hit-and-Run That Occurred Outside Arrowhead Stadium
Thomas Weyer has been charged with hitting and killing Steven Hickle outside Arrowhead Stadium last October, as Hickle attempted to cross Blue Ridge Cutoff to reach a hospital when Weyer’s red Durango struck his car and caused its fatal impact.
An anonymous tip was received, informing detectives that someone overheard Weyer and his mother discussing how they’d hit someone outside the stadium. Although Weyer denied having had this conversation with his mother, later in interviewing with police he admitted having run over Hickle.
Early Life and Education
Thomas has vacationed at Topridge every summer for two decades, according to interviews and records with over a dozen visitors and former staff, fishing with Crow, dancing at concerts by musicians brought in especially for him and sleeping at its most luxurious accommodation – an opulent lodge atop Upper St Regis Lake.
Crow has also attended events hosted by his conservative think tank and contributed money. Unfortunately, however, his philanthropic activity remains unclear.
Weyer was arrested Nov. 2 and charged with leaving the scene of a fatal accident – a class D felony charge – while driving his red Durango when it struck Steven Hickle, 66, from Gladstone who had just returned from attending a Kansas City Chiefs game Oct. 10. 2021. Weyer then fled in his vehicle before hitting Steven and leaving him lying on the roadway after striking Steven’s red Durango with its side doors open causing his death on Oct 10, 2021.
DA Thomas has demonstrated an entrepreneurial flair and an aptitude for business that have allowed him to expand the enterprise owned by his father. Additionally, he inherited his mother’s artistic talent and created his own style of painting.
In the 1540s, he was frequently called on for expert opinions regarding reported wonders and suspected cases of witchcraft. To provide his perspective from an objective medical perspective on such claims. He published several major works which took an analytical approach.
19-year-old Thomas Weyer was arrested this month in relation to a fatal hit-and-run case that took place last October near Arrowhead Stadium. Police believe Weyer struck and killed a Wichita resident as they left their SUV after attending a Chiefs game, before fleeing from the scene before deputies found him near Pleasanton two hours later.
Achievement and Honors
All through the fall, Weyer was undefeated in his class presidential debates, earning a reputation as an intimidating opponent who even dared some of his supporters to back away.
He was an avid sports enthusiast who particularly enjoyed basketball, football and volleyball. Additionally, he relished spending time with family and friends camping, fishing and exploring history – as well as working hard in general.
At Honors Convocation, he received the Legacy of Leadership Award, given to students who demonstrate true service to others, embrace challenges and risks in order to learn and grow, while modeling both school pride and personal humility. Whitney Domico and Zivya Sutton also received this honor.
Thomas Weyer has been charged in connection with a fatal hit-and-run outside Arrowhead Stadium last October, in which Steven Hickle, then aged 66 years old, was crossing Blue Ridge Cutoff to return to his car when Weyer is believed to have struck him before leaving the scene.
Weyer was an award-winning DJ and music producer best known by his stage name Commander Tom, famous for producing trance and techno tracks under that pseudonym.
Vickie Pensinger and their three children will honor Weyer with a memorial service on November 15, 2022 at Geisel Funeral Home in Chambersburg. As an alternative, donations can be made in his memory to Cumberland Valley Humane Society in lieu of flowers.
Weyer is currently facing charges in Jackson County, Missouri for leaving the scene of an accident after hitting Wichitan Steven Hickle on October 13 near Arrowhead Stadium after Bills-Chiefs game. Weyer allegedly hit Hickle as he crossed a roadway near Arrowhead Stadium after leaving Bills-Chiefs game at Arrowhead Stadium.
An anonymous tipster informed detectives of hearing Weyer and his mother discussing the fatal accident, according to his probable cause statement. Weyer admitted hitting someone, then fleeing from the scene quickly in panic before his mother conducted an inspection under Weyer’s SUV which revealed much blood.
Weyer has an initial bond set at $10,000. Unfortunately, he failed to appear for court hearing in Jackson County on Wednesday, leading authorities to issue an arrest warrant in Jackson County and Linn County respectively. According to KCTV5, Weyer may also face additional charges from Kansas authorities.