Affiliations, we're mistaked for being with you guys no matter what it is and where we were from. The past that caused them to make their return and take out their violence on any gang that rivals them. Yet, he had it coming and he was expecting death that's why I had that grim reaper as his shadow, it even appears in the mirror to only him. I've said something in the screenshots before I died something about how I wanted to get my death over with and Dopeman, or Junior were gonna be people who were gonna be the future of the gang.
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Another Los Flores native shot to death; Hispanic murder rate on the rise June 04th, 2014
The Los Santos Police Department responded to yet another homicide 911 call, a hispanic male victim from Los Flores, only this time the passing of 25-year old Juan "Junior" Yanez (his identity is now confirmed by the family) took place in a parking lot in Idlewood.
Authorities claim that they were aware of Junior Yanez's reputed connections to gang activities, specifically the Gardens Varrio 22 gang from East Los Santos in which he was calling the shots, but that he was "under the radar" for over an year now.
In yet unreleased footage from a camera of the parking lot, the victim shortly engages in a conversation with his assailant, before he discharges a shot into the victim's torso. He then escapes with a car, leaving nothing but a pool of blood behind.
He was declared dead at 5:30 PM, by the time the first emergency response arrived to the scene. "There is nothing we could have done, the bullet spread out inside, making damage to all the vital organs." the paramedics said.
The murderer is now being wanted by the authorities, and is suspected to also be of hispanic descent, perhaps giving fuel to the idea that it was personal.
"He was that one guy that managed to get away you know. He was bringing in all these kids so they didn't join gangs and do bad things." said Joseph Lopez, a boxing trainer from a gym Junior used to train. "Here we work with these kids so they can learn how to defend themselves, without the use of a gun. This one is preety hard on me." Lopez added.
Family and friends described "Junior" as a loving husband, caring father and a hard working young man who was trying to make up for his past.
This whole storyline lately has been great and it's just what I wanted when I applied up for Vagos, to create something that would have a beginning, a middle and an end, something we could have fun with. Like Micklo said, the future of the gang was going to pass through Junior, Primo and Dopeman, and it ended up being this way, which is fair. I will continue to roleplay here with an alternative character I had from before until I go do something else somewhere.
Penitent, On a line of duty Primo Torres, The owner of the business the vehicle was registered on, was found guilty on illegal parking by the honest eye of the officer involved.
"The vehicle, Brown Oceanic with license plate XXXX, was parked on the left hand side of the driver in St. Catherine. The vehicle seemed abandoned and no owner or driver was nearby", thus the officer's statement.
Punishment Fine Ticket for the Penitent
Notable information Primo Torres was found guilty of illegal parking. Ticket was given on July the 9th 2014 by Chief of Police Jimmy Andez. The reference N° to pay the fine can be found on top of this document. The ticket must be paid in less than 3 days after the ticket was issued, July the 12th 2014.