told News 4 she was sitting in her car, on the phone when she saw the two suspects walk up to her car and she realized her doors were unlocked."The second I hit that lock button they started grabbing at the car door handles," she said.Haas said the boys were “remarkable in their testimony.” One of the children referred to Fields as a “fake nice guy” before adding, “I hate you to death, you heartless murderer.” At the end, the boy wrote, “We hope we haunt you in your dreams.” Statements from some of Owen’s other siblings also were read in court.“I pray to God the judge never lets you come back out and do that to someone else,” the child wrote.Welch then stuck his hand through the open window to unlock the backseat.
On Monday, Stark County Common Pleas Judge John Haas gave the 27-year-old Fields a 30 years-to-life term.When 'Allen', the second driver, arrived in his Toyota Camry, the pair were standing in the street.Upon sight of Theo, he rolled down the rear passenger window and allegedly told the pair: 'No dogs.' Welch and Garside, who rely on Ubers for getting around and are well-versed in disability law, told him it was illegal for him to refuse them.With his hand still stuck in the back of the car, the driver accelerated and dragged him between 10 and 15ft along the road.The driver did not stop and he only broke free when his hand fell out.
Fields was convicted of murder for the 2016 death of , Owen’s mother, to stick to a fabricated story initially told to investigators about Owen falling at a playground.