Hispanic Taco Bell employee shot to death in Los Angeles for argument with customers over counterfeit $ 20 bill

Alejandro García was 41 years old when he was shot to death by customers of the Taco Bell restaurant where he worked in Los Angeles.

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As of this Monday, authorities in Los Angeles had not detained the suspects in the shooting of a Hispanic, a Taco Bell employee, following a argument over a fake $ 20 bill.

Alejandro García, 41, I was working last Saturday at the fast food establishment, along with his son, when he was killed around 11 p.m. The shooting was reported after his son became involved in a Verbal discussion through the self-service window with two customers since they had tried to pay with a false bill at the place located in the 9900 block of Avalon Boulevard.

Local media reports such as KABC indicate that, in the middle of the argument, one of the men fired at the workers.

Although the 19-year-old scion tried to close the window to repel the bullets, at least one hit his father in the torso.

“He was shot in the heart, and that’s what he killed, and he died there… in front of his son,” Nancy García del Sol, García’s cousin, told KABC.

According to relatives of the victim, the victim worked one night a week at the restaurant to generate additional money for his family. Garcia is survived by three children. It is unclear if the man was married.


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