Tragic Killing of Texas Sonic Manager over Counterfeit Money

Tragic Killing of Texas Sonic Manager over Counterfeit Money
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Confrontation Turns Deadly


Daniel Shrews­bury, a 33-year-old Son­ic man­ag­er in San Anto­nio, Texas, was alleged­ly killed by a cus­tomer after a con­fronta­tion over coun­ter­feit mon­ey. The inci­dent occurred on Sun­day, just days before Shrews­bury’s 34th birthday.

Suspect Identified but Not Arrested


Accord­ing to the police, Shrews­bury con­front­ed two female cus­tomers at the Son­ic dri­ve-through who were alleged­ly try­ing to use coun­ter­feit mon­ey to pur­chase food. One of the cus­tomers is accused of fatal­ly shoot­ing Shrews­bury, who then retreat­ed into the restau­rant before being declared dead at the scene.

A Caring and Hardworking Employee


Shrews­bury’s fam­i­ly described him as a “car­ing” and “hard-work­ing” indi­vid­ual who was loved by many. His younger broth­er, Jojo Shrews­bury, said he was a “role mod­el” to him and oth­ers. When not work­ing, Shrews­bury enjoyed play­ing video games.

Emotional Aftermath and Outcry


Shrews­bury’s sis­ter, Jazmin Robin­son, took to Face­book to express her grief and out­rage, stat­ing that her broth­er “did not deserve to go like this” and con­demn­ing the sus­pects as “cow­ards.” A memo­r­i­al was set up out­side the Son­ic where the trag­ic inci­dent occurred.

Ongoing Investigation


The San Anto­nio Police Depart­ment has released pho­tos of the two female cus­tomers they believe to be involved in the killing, but no arrests have been made. The inves­ti­ga­tion into the cir­cum­stances sur­round­ing Shrews­bury’s death continues.

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