31-year-old Juan Rivera Padovani accused of shooting man who reported hit-and-run on Creston Avenue

Police have identified a man they say shot a good Samaritan after the man tried to report a hit and run.

Police have identified a man they say shot a good Samaritan after the man tried to report a hit and run. (1/15/16)

THE BRONX - Police have identified a man they say shot a good Samaritan after the man tried to stop a hit-and-run driver.

It happened on Dec. 30, on Creston Avenue. They say 31-year-old Juan Rivera Padovani shot the man in the jaw and back.

Police say the good Samaritan witnessed a hit-and-run and when he tried to stop the driver, Padovani walked up and shot him.

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