An angry open-handed slap to the face took the life of a Georgia father of 3 and left another man charged with manslaughter.
Adrian Herrera pronounced he had regularly been called a “p—y” when he fatally struck Tomas Rodriguez early Sunday morning following a child’s birthday party, according to Gwinnett County cops.
Herrera told cops that Rodriguez was badgering him via Saturday night’s party, and the think pronounced he became “irritated” since his son was benefaction the party in Dacula.
Rodriguez, who had been drinking, was warned by Herrera “knock it off,” according to cops.
When Herrera returned from roving a equine at 3 a.m. early Sunday, cops contend Rodriguez grabbed his shoulder and said, “you’re not going home yet, are you p—y?” Herrera slapped him in the face, and Rodriguez collapsed.
Rodriguez stopped breathing. Herrera pronounced he wanted to try to revitalise him, but others at the party would not concede it, according to cops.
Herrera seemed in justice on Tuesday on a intentional killing charge.
“Is it probable you can give me a bond shortly to yield for my family as shortly as possible?” he asked the judge, according to WSB.
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The judge systematic that Herrera should be held but bond, according to the station.
Rodriguez left behind 3 children, according to WSB.
“Adrian pennyless a lot of lives, a lot of hearts,” widow Ana Arriaga told the station.
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