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Hey Best Buy, you might want to run some background checks before you send someone to the customer’s house. A delivery worker for JB Home Delivery, a local company subcontracted by Best Buy, is accused of beating an innocent elderly woman with a mallet, dousing her with a toxic chemical, and literally setting her on fire inside her Boca Raton home.
According to authorities, police responded to the customer’s home in Colonnades at Glen Oaks community at 9:15 a.m. Officers said they found the 75-year-old woman unconscious on the laundry room floor with severe head trauma, bleeding in her brain, and severe burns all around her body. Unfortunately, the woman passed away from the injuries.
Truck - Driver - David - Gonzalez - Jorge
Truck driver David Gonzalez and Jorge Dupre Lachazo, 21, had delivered a new washer and dryer to the victim’s home that morning. After the new appliances were installed, Gonzalez went outside to return some phone calls. Lachazo remained inside the residence with the victim to show her how to use the appliances and answer any questions.
Gonzalez then said he heard multiple screams coming from inside and when he went back in the home, noticed blood on the laundry room floor where the victim was lying. He told authorities that Lachazo was acting strange and said he had to leave. Both men got into the delivery truck and quickly fled the scene.
Arrest - Report - Officers - Delivery - Man
According to the arrest report, officers stopped the delivery man in the 7100 block of W. Glades Road, and was “very sweaty and was shaking as if he was nervous.” Officers also noticed the hair on his legs was burned and he had ashes on them. The arrest report stated that back at the residence police officers found burn marks in the laundry room along with charred debris and clothing on the floor, and a strong chemical...
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