An 86-year-old sugar factory worker in Florida, who has worked for more than three decades, was shot and killed by his boss on Friday morning. After he was told he no longer wanted to use the service, authorities said.
The Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office said Felix Cabrera was in custody on a charge of premeditated murder. After the shooting at the Belle Glade sugarcane cooperative
Between 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. Friday, Cabrebra’s boss ordered him to work part-time and not return to work. The sheriff’s office said Cabrera asked his employer if he could work an additional year at the sugar factory for financial reasons.
After the boss said “no” Cabrebra pulled the gun out of his hole. and fired several shots kill his boss The sheriff’s office said
The victim’s name was not disclosed by the sheriff’s department. He is a 67-year-old man from nearby Martin County.
The mother of a Florida teenager has been charged with stabbing Tristine Bailey in death with evidence, police said.
The sugarcane growers cooperatives consist of 44 sugarcane farms operating on approximately 70,000 acres of land in the Everglades near Lake Okeechobee in south Florida.
The cooperative has issued a statement saying: “I am deeply horrified and deeply saddened by the senseless violence,” the Palm Beach Post reported.
“This victim is part of the sugarcane cooperative family. And we are praying for the loved ones of the victims. as well as all team members and sugarcane growers,” the statement said.
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Cabrera made her first court appearance on Saturday. It was not immediately clear that Cabrera had a lawyer who could speak on his behalf.
The Associated Press contributed to this report..