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Man Shot and Killed at Local Business, Worker Speaks Out

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CORPUS CHRISTI (Kiii News) -

A shooting at a local business has left one man dead. It happened on the 4500 block of Ayers at the Act Fast Delivery business.

Anayeli Ruiz talked to workers there. They tell her, the violence all unfolded after the shooting victim was allegedly harassing one of the workers. The witness who only wanted to go by the name of "Veronica" said the harassment had been going on for a few months and involved the man's ex-wife. The shooting happened around 7:30 a.m.

According to police, a 28 year old man involved in the disturbance fired a gun and killed a 34 year old man.

The 28 year old man called police and he is cooperating with investigators.  We were able to talk to employees at the business on Saturday. They were cleaning up after the disturbance.

Workers tell us the 34 year old deceased man was the ex-husband of a dispatcher that worked at the business.  They say the dispatcher had even put a restraining order on her ex-husband.

Police say 28 year old Juan Perez was arrested and charged with Murder.

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