An alleged dispute between neighbors claimed the life of a Salvadoran – Telemundo Washington DC (44)

An alleged dispute between neighbors claimed the life of a Salvadoran – Telemundo Washington DC (44)
An alleged dispute between neighbors claimed the life of a Salvadoran – Telemundo Washington DC (44)

An alleged fight between neighbors ended in the death of a Salvadoran man on June 14 in Germantown, Maryland, police said.

According to the authorities’ report, the dispute occurred after the dogs of the victim, Marvin Rolando Guevara, 40, escaped from his home.

The deceased’s daughter-in-law, Flor Flores, told Telemundo 44 that Guevara had gone to the neighbors’ house to apologize for the situation with their pets.

“What my father-in-law said was, ‘I understand, I understand that you are angry and I apologize. I mean, they are animals and they got out of my way. I had an errand to run, but I’m already here.’ And they told him: ‘No, get off the property, I don’t want to see you here,’” he explained.

The victim’s wife, Sandra Guevara, also recounted the hard blow that the loss of Marvin meant for her family.

“My daughter was in a very bad state, she told me ‘I want my daddy to come’. My husband was a very special man with my children,” she emphasized.

The family shared a video with Telemundo 44 where they say the person from the neighborhood involved in the dispute can be seen. This media outlet could not confirm whether these events occurred before or after. Likewise, none of the people in the images are facing charges.

“I stayed in the car waiting for him and when I saw him coming, he had his head on his shoulder,” his wife explained.

Following the dispute, the police statement said Guevara was transported to the hospital, where he died.

The investigation into this case is ongoing. If you have information relevant to authorities, please contact Montgomery Police.

 
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