On Saturday, a Taco Bell restaurant employee was fatally shot at a drive-thru in Los Angeles after allegedly refusing to accept a counterfeit $20 bill.

According to Fox 11, the shooting happened around 11 p.m. at the Avalon Boulevard location. The employee, a 41-year-old father of three, was described as a father of three. According to the report, he was shot multiple times and pronounced dead at the scene. A semiautomatic handgun was used to shoot him in the torso. According to the report, another victim was stabbed at the scene.

According to ABC 7, the deceased victim’s family identified him as Alejandro Garcia. They told the outlet that the argument was about a forged $20 bill. He was working the night shift in whole foods career with his son, according to reports.

I guess they got upset and they just started shooting,” Nancy Garcia del Sol, a cousin, told the station.  “My nephew was close by so he closed the window but the shots … they went in. [Garcia] got shot in the heart, and that’s what killed him, and he died there … in front of his son’s presence.”

According to ABC 7, the victim worked at the store jobs one night a week to supplement his family’s income. The suspects have not been apprehended. According to the report, they are described as males between the ages of 20 and 25.

Source: Fox News

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