- Authorities reported that a son shot his father because he apparently made a mistake with a food order.
- The son shot his father for bringing him the wrong order of chicken wings.
- The bizarre event occurred in the western state of Utah.
The motive for the shooting seems incredible, but it has been confirmed by authorities. A son shot his father because he allegedly came home with the wrong order of chicken wings, the New York Post and Fox 13 Salt Lake City, in Utah reported.
The son, identified as 31-year-old Alika Unga Suliafu, became angry on October 21 when his father returned to his apartment in Davis County, Utah, with an incorrect order of wings. He said it wasn’t what he wanted, an argument ensued and the son later shot his father, according to court documents obtained by Fox 13.
Dramatic scene: son shoots father for bringing home wrong chicken wings order
On Monday night, November 8, the New York Post reported that the argument between father and son escalated. According to investigators, at one point Suliafu brought a gun from another room and pointed it directly at his father, who begged him not to shoot.
However, the son could not control his rage and shot at his father. The instant Suliafu fired the weapon, his father ducked so the bullet went through a wall and into a neighbor’s apartment, where it hit a dishwasher, the newspaper reported.
The son did not listen to his father’s pleas, he shot him once and then made another terrible decision
After the first shot, Suliafu’s father pounced on his son and tried to snatch the gun from him, investigators said. As they struggled, Suliafu fired two more shots at the ceiling, which lodged in the floor of the apartment above them, the Post said.
Then the father managed to remove the magazine from the weapon while both continued fighting before the police arrived at the scene, where they found the father. His injuries matched his description of the events. Suliafu had escaped from the house before the agents arrived, but on Thursday, October 28, they found him, arrested him, held him without bail and charged him with attempted murder, domestic violence and criminal firing of a firearm, according to KUTV. They also stated that court documents indicated that he had a history of mental illness and that he posed a significant threat to the community.
Shooting in downtown Atlanta leaves one dead
A deadly night in the capital of Georgia. Authorities reported that on Monday night, November 8, shooting broke out in front of a building located in downtown Atlanta, where an unidentified man died, according to a report by Fox 5 Atlanta.
Police are searching for a suspect after he perpetrated the shooting in downtown Atlanta that left a man dead, Fox 5 said. Detectives reported that at around 10:00 p.m. on Monday night a citizen called 911 reporting a shooting in the 1000 block of West Peachtree Street, said CBS 46.
Deadly shooting in downtown Atlanta
When police officers arrived at the scene, they found a dead man just outside the garage of a luxury building called SkyHouse Midtown. Police aren’t revealing many details about the event, telling Fox 5 and 11 Alive that it is too early to comment on the killer’s possible motive for the crime.
Authorities have also not wanted to reveal any information about the victim, including whether they believe he lived in the building or not. Investigators worked through the night trying to gather clues about the case and are asking the public for help with any information that may help them identify the killer. If you have any information that could help with the investigation, call the Atlanta Police Department immediately.
Suspect wanted in downtown Atlanta shooting
Local channel WSB TV 2 reported on its website early Tuesday that the fatal shooting occurred late Monday night in the garage that connects the SkyHouse skyscraper and a nail salon on 12th Street, near West Peachtree Street in downtown Atlanta.
The homicide officer at the crime scene said the victim was a man, but did not provide further details. He also did not mention whether any description of the suspect was available at this time. “We have not determined a motive,” Lieutenant Ralph Woolfolk commented to the aforementioned media.
Axel Acosta is a victim at the music festival in Texas
Axel Acosta, 21, is the eighth victim of the stampede that broke out at the Astroworld Festival 2021 in Houston, Texas. Esteban Acosta, the father of the young Hispanic man, traveled from Washington to identify his son’s body. His son’s body had remained unidentified since he was not carrying an ID at the time of his death.
Esteban Acosta arrived in Houston, Texas, on Sunday, November 7, in the afternoon to identify and claim the body of his son Axel Acosta who died in the tragedy at the Astroworld Festival on Friday night, November 5. The concert took place at the NRG Park in the southern Houston metropolitan area.
Axel Acosta was crushed to death at Travis Scott’s concert
Axel Acosta was a student at Western Washington University (WWU) and, according to his father Esteban Acosta, the boy had a “promising future”. The young man asked his father’s permission to travel alone from Washington to Texas to attend the Astroworld Festival hosted by rapper Travis Scott.
According to the Houston Police Department (HPD), the identification of Axel Acosta confirms that four of the eight victims at the rap festival were Hispanic. HPD is investigating the tragedy that also left 300 injured as a criminal case.
The list of the eight victims at the rap concert
Besides young Axel Acosta, the other victims at Travis Scott’s Astroworld Festival are Brianna Rodriguez, 16; Francisco Patiño, 21; Rudy Peña, 23; John Hilgert, 14; Madison Dubinski, 23, Danish Baig, 27, and Jacob Jurinek, 21.
The identity of Axel Acosta was released by authorities on Monday, November 8. That’s the same day that lawyer Tony buzbee, of Houston, announced that he will represent the boy’s family in a lawsuit against rapper Travis Scott and the concert company Live Nation, among others.
Lawsuit filed against rapper Travis Scott
“We have already collected statements from various individuals who have been able to provide us with information about the night’s events, including key information about what happened immediately before the first person fell,” attorney Buzbee wrote in a statement announcing that he will represent the Axel Acosta’s family.
Legal documents in the Tony Buzbee lawsuit point to Jacques Bermon Webster II, the real name of rapper Travis Scott, as one of the alleged perpetrators of the chain of negligence, omissions and responsibilities that caused the tragic deaths of eight people and left at least 300 injured.
The rap festival left hundreds of young people injured
On Monday morning, November 8, 2021, Judge Lina Hidalgo of Harris County, the highest authority in the county that encompasses the city of Houston, made a statement officially announcing the names of the eight people killed at rapper Travis Scott’s Astroworld Festival.
Also on Monday morning, rapper Travis Scott issued a statement, through his representative, offering to pay the funeral costs of the eight victims who died during the stampede in the Astroworld Festival at 9:35 pm, local time, last Friday, November 5, in Houston. For more details read this article.
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