Armed Little Caesar’s Employee Takes Out Masked Attacker
According to Blue Lives Matter, armed Little Caesar’s employee Heriberto Feliciano, 28, was attacked by a man in a bloody “clown mask” on Saturday night in Holly Hills, Florida.
Heriberto was closing up the business at around midnight, and had just walked out of the store when a man in a bloody mask ambushed him. The man began striking the victim with a board until it broke.
Then he got him on the ground and prepared to stab him with scissors. That’s when Heriberto was able to draw his concealed weapon and fired several shots at the attacker. The suspect fell to the pavement and was unresponsive when police arrived. He died at the hospital.
Here is the surveillance video of the incident:
Police found the mask and scissors beside the suspect. Once again, the 2nd Amendment saves a life. According to the Daytona Beach News-Journal, Feliciano suffered minor injuries and was transported to the hospital by relatives. Police referred to the mask as a “clown mask” but it’s closer to a vampire mask. Not that it matters anymore.
Florida Little Caesars worker shoots, kills attacker in clown mask https://t.co/HXSNxUxvvB
— NBC 6 South Florida (@nbc6) May 29, 2018
— GeorgiaCarry.Org (@GeorgiaCarry) May 29, 2018
#Wow: A Florida worker was ambushed by a suspect in a #clown mask after closing the restaurant; the worker shot & killed the suspect. Part of the incident is on surveillance tape https://t.co/h7RFqKYZIg pic.twitter.com/GbuVQqlsxK
— Erin Laviola (@ErinLaviola) May 29, 2018
A man attacked a Little Caesars employee while wearing a clown mask. The worker was armed and the attacker ended up dead. https://t.co/NXDzU6TJpJ
— WTHR.com (@WTHRcom) May 29, 2018
— Open Mind News (@OpenMindNews) May 29, 2018
⚡️ “Little Caesars employee shot a man wearing a clown mask, police say”https://t.co/WGGJj765O9
— Jenn (@Jenn1684) May 29, 2018
— EagleStar.NET (@EagleStarNET) May 29, 2018
Pizza shop employee allegedly shoots, kills man in clown mask outside store https://t.co/g0SfTc9OOK
— Scott C. Hansen (@lowcountryphoto) May 29, 2018
— Conspiracy Files (@FilesWebmaster) May 29, 2018
Featured photo via Holly Hills Police