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Man Goes Back To Date Inside Restaurant After Fatally Shooting Fake Parking Lot Attendant Who Took $40

HOUSTON, In a shocking incident that took place earlier this month, a man in Houston has been accused of fatally shooting a person he claimed had scammed him out of $40.

Erick L. Aguirre, 29, has been charged with murder in the fatal shooting of Elliot Nix, 46, on April 11.

According to reports, Aguirre and his date had parked their cars in a lot by the Rodeo Goat restaurant when Nix approached them posing as a parking attendant. Nix allegedly demanded $40 for two parked cars, which Aguirre believed to be true. However, when a restaurant employee informed him that Nix was a scammer, Aguirre left his date and went looking for him.

Authorities said that an argument ensued between the two men, which led to the shooting. Aguirre allegedly returned to the restaurant after the shooting and told his date that everything was fine and that he had scared the scammer. Nix was later taken to a hospital where he succumbed to his injuries.

Aguirre was arrested on Tuesday in Aransas County and extradited to Harris County. He was arraigned on Thursday, and his bail was set at $200,000. The suspect’s attorney declined to comment on the incident.

It is shocking to hear about such incidents where people take the law into their own hands. While it is understandable to feel cheated or wronged, violence is never the answer. It is also important to exercise caution and verify the authenticity of people posing as attendants or offering services.

This incident is a reminder of the need for people to be vigilant and cautious in their dealings. It is also a reminder of the importance of following the law and leaving it to the authorities to take necessary action. It is hoped that justice will be served in this case, and incidents like these will serve as a warning against taking the law into one’s own hands.

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