- Chronicle: And all for not paying whoever fixed the air conditioning.
- The Hispanic couple found the service too expensive.
- Angry by what they considered to be an “abuse” they decided to kidnap the technician.
Chronicle pay for air conditioning. Miguel Ángel Ibarra Olivares and Gerardo Ibarra Saldaña’s air conditioning was damaged and no matter how hard they tried to fix it on their own, it was impossible. Several days went by without this vital service and they tried to solve the problem by buying a few portable fans, but it was a waste of money.
And as such devices were insufficient to fight off the heat, finally, they had to spend money to fix their air system. They searched the Internet and social media and found the phone number of a Hispanic technician who claimed to be an expert in solving these kinds of problems.
The professional came to his house: Chronicle to pay him air conditioning
The technician heard the details that the brothers gave him over the phone regarding their current device, but he did not want to give them an estimate until he personally came to check them and thus be sure what they really needed. They agreed and made it happen.
A few hours after being contacted, the specialist arrived at the Ibarra home in the city of Riverdale, Clayton County (Georgia). He carefully checked their air conditioning system, adjusted one or another little thing and did several tests and suddenly, it was already working correctly.
They were angry when he passed the bill: Chronicle to pay him air conditioning
The brothers were happy to learn that the fault had already been discovered and repaired as they would no longer be suffering from the heat. But what they did not like at all was when the technician, whose identity we prefer to keep anonymous, told them how much it would cost.
“So much money for having made that repair so fast … you’re crazy,” one of the brothers reproached him. “I’m sorry it seems that way to you, but I’m charging you both for the trip and for the knowledge I have to do this kind of professional work,” the man replied.
Instead of paying him, they put a gun to his head: Chronicle paying him air conditioning
Seeing that the technician was not willing to reduce the cost of the repair, one of the customers asked him to wait and went to the room. The expert believed he was going for his money, but how wrong he was. And it is that when he returned he had a pistol in his hand, with which he pointed at his head.
The victim claims that the individual was furious and hit him with the weapon before forcing him to get into a truck. Once at the top of the unit, they bandaged his face so that he could not see where they were taking him. The technician believed that his life had come to an end, but fortunately it was not. Filed Under: Clayton County Police Department
Vehicle was pulled from a halt: Clayton County Police Department
And it is that when they reached a red traffic light and the air conditioning expert realized that they were stopped, he opened the car door and started to run. The suspected kidnappers stepped aside and got out to chase him, but were unable to reach him.
When they were on their way back to their truck, they were intercepted by a police patrol. Yes, the victim had managed to ask for help and due to the seriousness of the complaint, the authorities immediately arrived after considering the call as a high priority. Filed Under: Clayton County Police Department
They were practically caught red-handed: Clayton County Police Department
According to the Clayton Police Department report, the worker was able to verify what the defendants had done to him, for which they were immediately arrested and confined to the local prison on serious charges of assault and kidnapping, among others. .
Such charges could easily lead to sentences of up to decades behind bars should they be found guilty. While the time for their trial is coming, which could take several months, they must remain in prison because due to the seriousness of the charges, they were not granted the privilege of being released on bail. Filed Under: Clayton County Police Department
A common problem among us Latinos
The fact that a Hispanic refuses to pay another for his services is nothing new because he considers himself scammed when something is fixed quickly. Builders, electricians, mechanics, and practitioners of so many trades, have been victims of this bad practice.
Everything indicates that customers want to feel that they were worth what they paid when they take a lot of time on their things or have a hard time fixing it, when the solution was quick and easy. Tremendous mistake. One must take into account all that it cost that person to acquire such knowledge. Thanks for reading my chronicle from today on MundoHispánico. Until next time. Filed Under: Clayton County Police Department
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