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July 11, 2000 | From Associated Press
A Taco Bell employee was fatally shot in the head Monday by a gunman who fled to the fast-food restaurant while being chased by law enforcement officers. Ernest Joseph Trujillo Jr., 34, was booked on suspicion of murder and held in jail after firing two shots from a sawed-off shotgun, sending lunchtime customers scattering for safety and killing one female worker, police said.
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July 11, 2000 | From Associated Press
A Taco Bell employee was fatally shot in the head Monday by a gunman who fled to the fast-food restaurant while being chased by law enforcement officers. Ernest Joseph Trujillo Jr., 34, was booked on suspicion of murder and held in jail after firing two shots from a sawed-off shotgun, sending lunchtime customers scattering for safety and killing one female worker, police said.
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February 23, 1991
Two Monterey Park men suspected of shooting a motorist in a highway confrontation led the California Highway Patrol on a high-speed, long-distance freeway chase Friday from Kern County to downtown Los Angeles, where they were stopped and arrested, authorities said. Hong Quang Ly, 20, and Duc Tan Ngoyen, 23, were booked by the Kern County Sheriff's Department for investigation of attempted murder in the wounding of Jeremey Snyder, 18, of Phoenix, on Interstate 5 in the San Joaquin Valley.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 23, 1991
Two Monterey Park men suspected of shooting a motorist in a highway confrontation led the California Highway Patrol on a high-speed, long-distance freeway chase Friday from Kern County to downtown Los Angeles, where they were stopped and arrested, authorities said. Hong Quang Ly, 20, and Duc Tan Ngoyen, 23, were booked by the Kern County Sheriff's Department for investigation of attempted murder in the wounding of Jeremey Snyder, 18, of Phoenix, on Interstate 5 in the San Joaquin Valley.
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