Man charged with attempted felony murder after firing seven shots at repo men taking his car




Man charged with attempted felony murder after firing seven shots at repo men taking his car

The lawyer for a Florida man blamed for shooting at men while they repossessed his extravagance vehicle is guaranteeing the episode was all because of a misconception in light of the fact that the repo men had the wrong vehicle.

Juan A. Barquero, 57, supposedly shot at the two men who were repossessing his 2010 Mercedes Benz E350 from his home in Southwest Ranches, Florida, on Thursday at about 1am, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel announced.

He is accused of endeavored crime murder, irritated strike with the purpose to carry out a lawful offense and terminating a rocket into an involved vehicle, records appear.

Amid Barquero's court appearance on Saturday, his legal advisor asserted that Barquero's vehicle should be repossessed.

Subsequently, Barquero didn't realize his vehicle was being repossessed when the two repo men got through the gated fence encompassing his home and snared his vehicle to their tow truck.

Police said in their report that Barquero, equipped with a handgun, and a second man left Barquero's home and defied the repo men, requesting that they drop the vehicle.

Man charged with attempted felony murder after firing seven shots at repo men taking his car


The repo men at that point as far as anyone knows recognized themselves as being representatives of Griffin Recovery, a Miami-based resource recuperation firm, and demonstrated their qualifications to Barquero and his companion, before expressing that a bank had trained them to take his vehicle.

Police wrote in their report that Barquero assumed said 'he couldn't have cared less,' pointed his weapon at the repo men and instructed them to discharge his vehicle.

As the men drove off, Barquero supposedly discharged seven shots at the tow truck, one of which hit his very own Mercedes, while the other six broke the truck's back window.

The driver of the tow truck. who isn't being named, disclosed to NBC 6 that he felt one of the shots go behind his neck and that he felt 'the warmth of the slug.'

Man charged with attempted felony murder after firing seven shots at repo men taking his car

The repo men halted their vehicle a short separation away and called the police. Neither of them was said to have been harmed amid the occurrence.

Police looked up with Barquero up some other time in the day on Thursday amid a traffic stop. He was driving a white Mercedes.

He was said to have been conveying a covered weapons license at the time, albeit no guns were found in the vehicle. The pursuit of his property was said to have revealed different firearms and extras, just as seven 9mm projectile housings outside his home. Experts did not locate a 9mm firearm, in any case.

Amid his court appearance, the judge neglected to purchase Barquero's legal counselor's case that the shooting was only a misconception, the Sun-Sentinel announced.

The judge noticed that the wrongdoing was 'deserving of life' in jail and expressed that the claims incorporated the way that one of Barquero's shots hit the driver's side headrest, which demonstrated that there was a reasonable justification for the charges against Barquero.

Barquero is being held without bond.



Man charged with attempted felony murder after firing seven shots at repo men taking his car Man charged with attempted felony murder after firing seven shots at repo men taking his car Reviewed by Edozie Richard on Monday, February 11, 2019 Rating: 5

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