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Tuesday, 9 November 2010

Nelson Ramirez Guerrero, 33, is dead after a gunman approached his vehicle and opened fire


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Nelson Ramirez Guerrero, 33, is dead after a gunman approached his vehicle and opened fire near an intersection around 8 p.m.

Police found the victim’s dead body outside his car when they arrived on scene and a child sitting in the back of the shot-up car.

“The victim was dropping his son off at his mother’s residence when the shooting occurred,” said Integrated Homicide Investigation Team spokesperson Cpl. Dale Carr. “Thankfully, he was not harmed in the gun battle.”

Carr hopes the shocking circumstances spur the community into action.

“To kill somebody is atrocious … but to do it when there’s a small child in the vehicle is just absolutely, without a doubt, unacceptable,” he said. “This little boy came very close to being actually involved in the homicide. [The community] needs to step up and come forward with any information.”

Carr said investigators have “no doubt” the 33-year-old father was the victim of a targeted hit.

“The killer was here to kill Mr. Ramirez,” he said.

Ramirez isn’t known to local authorities but has been convicted of fraud in the U.S.

Investigators are trying to delve into Ramirez’s local connections to see if he has any links to organized crime.

“Whether he’s involved in drugs, gangs, organized crime … we just don’t know,” Carr said.


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