Skip to comments.Roofer kills co-worker with circular saw
Posted on 08/08/2018 9:43:06 PM PDT by libh8er
PIERCE COUNTY, WIS. A roofer used a circular saw to kill a co-worker Monday, police said.
Maguel A. Nabarro, 24, used the saw and cut Israel Valles-Flores, 37, severely on the neck and face, according to WQOW.
Police found Valles-Flores unconscious on a roof where the men were working around 4:30 p.m., the St. Paul Pioneer Press reported.
Nabarro, of St. Louis, was arrested and charged with suspicion of intentional homicide, the Pioneer Press reported.
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Pictures or it didn’t happen.
I’m thinking MS13 or Drug Mule related.
Most people have to learn how to become that cruel.
More than likely.
I grew up in Wisconsin in the 1960’s, there were no Spanish speaking people there at that time.
Nope. He is from St. Louis it says. Mostly hardy German stock in the Midwest. Got to make sure the springs on the blade guard don’t get wonky though.
Yes, I know!
You didn’t even read the snippet of the article did you. Both men has Spanish sounding names!
Those crazy Swedes huh?
Probably worm drive.
Israel shoulda saw that coming.
traditional south of the border horseplay.
We mustn’t be judgemental.
We used to get a catalogue with gifts to pick from when we reached a milestone employment date. So I was flipping thru the pages when my boss walked in to my office. He says, “Have you decided what to get for your 25 year award?” I replied, “This sawsall looks good.” Then he asked me, “Whatcha gonna do with a sawsall?” Without even thinking I said, “Keep managers out of my office, what the heck do ya think?” My boss shook his head and left.
"...cut severely on the face and neck with a circular saw..."
Is that the guy who played Julius Caesar in the HBO series Rome? I think his name was Hinds.
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