June 5, 2007 > Car wash to catch a killer
Car wash to catch a killer
Time passes, but the pain of murderous loss of life lingers forever. Whatever twisted logic condones such acts of violence, a legacy of misery and heartbreak is all that is left for relatives and friends. Fremont's second homicide victim this year, Aaron Anthony Breaux, was just 19 years old when gunned down near his Bell Street apartment.
Breaux's family is convinced that an uninvolved party has knowledge of the murder and, with prodding of their conscience and enticement of a reward, will provide police with critical information leading to an arrest. Asking for help, leading to justice for the heinous crime, the family has been present at the intersection of Mowry Avenue and Fremont Boulevard, holding signs to publicize their plight.
The public is also being asked to help raise funds to augment a reward and continue the effort through a car wash which will be held in San Leandro on Saturday, June 9 between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. For more information, contact Tim Florez (510) 427-2348.
Carwash to catch a killer
Saturday, June 9
8 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Labella Italian Restaurant
15015 E. 14th, San Leandro