Portland - The parents of a 15-year-old girl killed in a hit-and-run incident are furious after learning the suspect has returned to
Fawn Lengvenis and Seth Smart say they are shocked after finding out her accused killer, Saudi student Abdulrahman Sameer Noorah, escaped to his come country before the trial.
The victim was killed by a speeding car as she crossed the street in August 2016.
Noorah, who studied at Portland Community College, failed to stop his vehicle after hitting the teenage girl, reports claim.
Fallon's parents say they're losing faith in the legal system after hearing the Saudi government assisted Noorah in his escape.
Noorah, who was driving with a suspended license, was arrested on charges of first-degree manslaughter and felony hit-and-run but he fled the country with the help of the Saudi consulate.
After his arrest Noorah posted bail, which had been set at $1 million, and was released from jail. The Saudi government posted the $100,000 required for the Saudi student's release and provided him with an illicit passport so he could flee home, according to reports.