Now, the latest on that wild confrontation between a motorcycle gang and a father driving his family in an suv. This morning, one of the bikers has been charged. Police are searching for a second. And... See More
Now, the latest on that wild confrontation between a motorcycle gang and a father driving his family in an suv. This morning, one of the bikers has been charged. Police are searching for a second. And a third biker is speaking out. Abc's linzie janis is tracking all of it. Reporter: Just in the last few minutes, abc news has learn police have found and questioned the biker behind the helmet c video. Police want to see all of the raw footage, not just what was posted online. Also this morning, police say they are searching for one man in particular. Overnight, the nypd released these new photos in hopes of finding one of the prime suspects in the now infamous road rage incident, pitting dozens of motorcyclists against a family in an suv. That biker seen here smashing the window of the suv with his helmet is at the center of this manhunt. That means 28-year-old christopher cruz is now the only motorcyclist charged in the incident so far. He was in court wednesday, accused of reckless driving after he put lien off and caused a fender-bender. Police say it was the single event that caused the rest of that terrifying encounter. Cruz's lawyers say he is innocent. The video doesn't show anything that happened before. Reporter: Also this morning, we're hearing from one of the bikers on that ride who says driver 33-year-old alexian lien did something unforgivable. In a panic, he peeled off, leaving father of two edwin miese paralyzed. Pull over to the side and exchange paperwork. But to pull off and run over people in the process is not really right. Reporter: Overnight, protesters gathered outside the hospital where miese is being treated. As for lien, he has not been charged. Police say they are looking into his conduct. His lawyer says he will finally break his silence later on today. It will be interesting to hear what he has to say. Look forward to that. You said the police have -- all the tape? They're questioning the man who took that helmet cam footage. That's going to be key. Now, to an amazing story of
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