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A teenage girl is the latest to be charged in connection to the brutal beating death of an 18-year-old man in Connecticut — leaving him to die outside his car last month, according to local reports.The girl, who was not named because she is a juvenile, turned herself in Wednesday, police told the Danbury Daily Voice. She was the fourth to be arrested in connection with the Aug.He never regained consciousness and was pronounced dead two days later.Doctors told Bardo’s family that he had bleeding in his brain and could have suffered an aneurysm.On at least one occasion, after exiting the bus, the victim said Hernandez-Palmo followed directly behind her recording her with his cell phone from just a few feet away.These incidents happened several times prior to reporting the suspects behavior to law enforcement, authorities said.The suspect, later identified as Hernandez-Palmo, discreetly held his cell phone with the camera pointing directly at the victim.

The teenage girl was charged with second-degree robbery, criminal liability for second-degree robbery, conspiracy to commit second-degree robbery, fifth-degree larceny, criminal liability for fifth-degree larceny, conspiracy to commit fifth-degree larceny, first-degree reckless endangerment and reckless driving, according to the Daily Voice.Bardo then lay down on the road next to his still-running car and fell unconscious, court records obtained by the paper show.The boy’s father, Jeff Bardo, told the outlet that his son had known two of the teens involved, but tried to keep them at arm’s length.Investigators think Hernandez-Palmo may have taken photos of other victims in Santa Clara County over the last three yearsand are asking people to come forward with information. Sheriff’s Office Investigators are asking potential victims to contact the Sheriff’s Office Detective Bureau at (408) 808-4500.SAN JOSE (CBS SF) — A man was arrested Friday in San Jose on suspicion of annoying a 16-year-old girl as they rode a Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority bus, sheriff’s officials said.