Graciela Paulino, 20, is accused of killing a driver for cutting her off in traffic.
A Massachusetts woman allegedly shot a driver for cutting her off and bragged that she had warned her victim, “let me not save,” on Facebook, according to local reports.
Graciela Paulino, 20, was nabbed in Lowell on Thursday for the killing of the 34-year-old construction worker Mark Devoe, who can cut her off as he returned from his lunch break, the Boston Globe.
A friend who had in Devoe’s blue Hyundai with him at the time of the incident told the police that she soon realized Paulino was trailing them.
When the two men pulled lot in and around their construction site, Paulino got out of her car and a fight broke out between her and Devoe, with the two scream back and forth at each other,” according to the police report.
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Devoe’s boyfriend, Brian Daigle, noticed the woman reach to the left side of her waistband and said to his friend, “C’mon forget about it, it’s just a girl.”
The men left, but saw Paulino still behind them, so they got out of their car in the vicinity of Hale Street Bridge in Lowell.
Paulino drove by, slowed down and then allegedly shot Devoe in the chest.
“I have it taken,” Devoe said, before jumping back in the driver’s seat to chase Paulino, and ended up crashing into a vehicle barrier.
He was taken to Lowell General Hospital where he was pronounced dead.
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