- Alejandro Hernández García was murdered in front of his family.
- Three burglars broke into his home.
- He was a devoted family man and an immigrant from Mexico in Alabama.
Alejandro Hernández García, a devoted family man, was assassinated when three armed men broke into his home. The Fultondale Police Department (FPD), in Alabama, is already investigating the murder of the man who was shot to death, in what authorities believe was a violent robbery carried out by three African Americans.
The murder of Alejandro Hernández García, 55, has caused deep pain among the still small Hispanic community in the town of Fultondale, a northern suburb of the Birmingham metropolitan area in Alabama, as the man, an immigrant from Mexico, was killed while defending his wife and children from robbers.
Alejandro Hernández García, an immigrant devoted to his family
According to the FPD, so far they have not arrested any of the three men who broke into the home of Alejandro Hernández García, who died of at least one shot when he got up to confront the armed African Americans who broke into his house to terrorize your family.
According to the FPD report, sent to MundoHispánico, last Sunday, July 4, 2021, at 6:00 in the morning, a report was raised in a mobile home community located at 100 Oaks Mobile Community, very close to the S-31 highway, in a semi-rural area and surrounded by the dense pine and oak forests typical of the southern United States.
Three masked men break into the house
The three armed men who entered Alejandro Hernández García’s house were masked, according to the authorities, so the victim’s family cannot give details of the faces or characteristics of the murderers. According to witnesses, at least one of the men was armed and they demanded that the patriarch hand over all the money he had at home.
At one point, it is not clear if the men took the money or not, one of the robbers fired a bullet at the patriarch Alejandro Hernández García before they escaped from the house. The man’s family saw him fall wounded by the gunshot from the African-American assailants.
Alejandro Hernández García falls wounded by a bullet
The family of Alejandro Hernández García, to the horror of seeing the injured father on the floor of the house, called the emergency number of the FPD to report the incident. The first patrolmen who arrived at the Hernández García family home found the man so badly injured that they called for an ambulance to take him to a hospital.
Alejandro Hernández García was rushed to the UAB Hospital in Birmingham. However, shortly after his arrival the doctors could no longer do anything to save his life and the devoted family man passed away while in the emergency room for surgery. The dramatic case was then taken up by the Homicide Division of the FPD.
The peaceful Alabama town of Fultondale
The town of Fultondale is a peaceful community in which its citizens are only startled by the tornadoes that usually hit the area, which is why the crime of Alejandro Hernández García shook the population. According to the United States Census Bureau, only 10,000 people live in Fultondale, of which 889 are Hispanic.
According to DP Smith, head of the FPD, when the three armed men entered the house, Alejandro Hernández García bravely confronted them so that they would not harm his wife or children, some of whom were still asleep. Authorities did not reveal how many people were in the mobile home when the crime occurred.
Alejandro Hernández García acted with courage
According to the police chief, Alejandro Hernández García’s brave decision saved his family, but it cost him his life. The gunmen, after they killed the patriarch, ran out of the house to escape the mobile home neighborhood in a pickup truck. So far none of the three African Americans have been detained.
The agents of the FPD Homicide Division already have images of the truck, thanks to the security cameras of some homes in the mobile home neighborhood where the brave Alejandro Hernández García was killed, and that is the first clue that the authorities to identify the murderers of the Hispanic family man.
The killers escape in a Ford F-150 truck
According to the FPD authorities, the truck in which Alejandro Hernández García’s murderers escaped is a dark gray Ford F-150, which apparently has some type of red paper decal or sticker on it. rear glass and which makes it easy to identify. There is another car that may be related to the crime.
The FPD agents do not believe that the death of the father of the family Hernández García was due to a direct attack against him, but rather that it was the product of chance, when the three African-American robbers who broke into his home only chose his mobile home to commit the wrongdoing.
Serious crimes rarely happen at Fultondale
The murder of the devoted and devoted father of the family Hernández García is a completely unusual event in the small and peaceful town of Fultondale, since since 2016, according to the authorities, no one else had been killed in that town made up of families.
According to FPD chief DP Smith, a violent robbery in his community is something completely unusual and even details that in the mobile home neighborhood where the events occurred, they never cover emergency services for any reason, since it is a peaceful community made up of by people who are dedicated to working and raising their children without causing problems.
Who killed the Hispanic Alejandro Hernández García?
The agents of the FPD Homicide Division, according to the head of the corporation, are “working tirelessly and very hard” to offer a little justice and peace “to the family of the devoted father Hernández García, who has been left helpless. after the assassination of the patriarch.
Chief DP Smith urges the Hispanic community that if anyone recognizes the Ford F-150 truck, in which Alejandro’s three African Americans and alleged murderers escaped, contact his office with Detective Studyin, at 205.849.5456, or the organization. Alabama nonprofit Crime Stoppers at 205.254.7777. All tracks will be kept anonymous.
Alejandro Hernández García had great faith in God
Diana Hernández, the eldest of Hernández García’s seven children, spoke to the news website TO THE to describe his father, whom they called Alex, as a responsible immigrant who earned the respect of the people in Fultondale, Alabama, as a hardworking man, honest and devoted to his wife and seven children.
According to Diana Hernández, her father Alejandro Hernández García was loved by the Fultondale community because whenever someone asked for help, he was ready to help his neighbors in whatever way because, according to the daughter, “he made people happy. to all the world”. In addition, the girl explained that her father was a man devoted to his faith in God.
The Firearm Deaths Pandemic
According to the non-profit organization Gun Violence Archives, which fights to raise awareness about the dangers of the free sale of firearms, so far this year in the United States 22,947 people have been killed by gunshots so far in its statistics until Thursday, July 8, 2021 in the morning.
Of those people who have been shot dead in the United States, a total of 10,473 were killed and 12,474 committed suicide. In addition, 20,567 have been injured. The country has already experienced 341 mass shootings in the first half of the year, which are the incidents, where at least four people die in the same incident.
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