Police in Sandy Springs say Bryan Keith Schmitt, 47, of Sandy Springs, surrendered himself to authorities Monday morning after police said he deliberately drove his vehicle into Hamid Jahangard on July 30 in what investigators accept as true with to be a street rage incident, in keeping with WSB-tv. in step with police, Schmitt hit Jahangard together with his Mercedes sedan, causing him to fall and hit his head. Police spokesman Sgt. Sam Worsham told the Marietta day by day journal that officers believe a disagreement between the guys escalated, and Schmitt hit Jahangard along with his vehicle as he walked throughout the road. Schmitt remained on the scene following the incident and spoke with the officials on site, Worsham told the Atlanta journal-charter. Emergency responders delivered Jahangard to a close-by medical institution wherein he remained in vital care for days earlier than succumbing to his accidents on August second. The Fulton County medical examiner’s workplace showed that Jahangard died of “blunt force harm of the pinnacle,” in line with Channel 2 motion information. Schmitt has been a registered legal professional in Georgia in view that 2015. He remained in Fulton County jail with out bond as of Monday night. Jahangard, an Iranian local, graduated from Walton excessive college in Cobb County and Georgia Tech, in keeping with movement news. A GoFundMe web page has been set up to support Jahangard’s two adult daughters following his dying.