TORONTO - Anthony Koko Chang devoted much of his life to helping others, so those who knew him aren't surprised he cut another motorist some slack following a recent fender bender.
But investigators believe that decision led to the 62-year-old's brutal slaying two days later.
Police allege a 24-year-old man who crashed his pickup truck into Chang's scooter stabbed Chang at his home last Thursday.
"He was a family man and wanted to do the right thing and help people, as was the case in this incident," Homicide Det. Kate Beveridge said Tuesday. "This time it cost him his life."
The pickup driver was believed to be at fault in the crash.