Eighteen-year-old star rugby player Lloyd Chavez arranged via Snapchat back in May to sell a cheerleader $25 of flavored vape juice such as President Trump now says needs to be banned.
But according to an affidavit subsequently filed by the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office in Colorado, the cheerleader and three teens with her decided to rob Lloyd instead. He was shot to death with an illegal handgun such as Trump seems to shrug off as just a factor of American life even as he makes us great again.
As recounted by a sheriff investigator’s probable cause affidavit, the cheerleader was 17-year-old Juliana Serrano. She had an after-school job at the Rock Bar and Restaurant in Aurora and worked on the night of May 8. Juliana’s mother, Lisa Serrano, was there, celebrating her 40th birthday. The mother later told police that her daughter departed around 9 p.m. in the company of three male teens. The mother identified one of them as 17-year-old Kenneth Gallegos.
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