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Dashcam footage reveals how Uber driver, 38, pleaded with robber before he shot her dead

A Pennsylvania mother-of-four driving for Uber could be heard begging for her life on dash cam footage before her passenger fatally shot her in what police believe was a robbery attempt that took the worst turn possible last Friday. The footage has not been released, but a transcript of 38-year-old Christi Spicuzza's pleas were published in a criminal complaint against alleged killer Calvin Crew of Penn Hills, 22, charging him with homicide, robbery and tampering with evidence. In the complaint, police said Crew used his girlfriend's phone , 22-year-old Tanaya Mullen, to order an Uber to 139 Brinton Avenue in Pitcairn around 9.14 pm on February 11, then held a gun, which belonged to Mullen, to Spicuzza's head and told her to keep driving. She reached back four seconds after the gun was raised to her head, felt the weapon, and incredulously said 'you've got to be joking,' according to The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Crew told her again to keep driving, and she told him that she had a family: 'I'm begging you. I have four kids.' Crew replied: 'I got a family too - Now drive.' Spicuzza, of Turtle Creek, was found dead with a single gunshot wound to the back of her head and a 9mm shell casing near her body in a wooded area near the 500 block of Rosecrest Drive. Crews is an ex-convict who'd been arrested and bailed on a firearms charge days before Spicuzza's killing