Here we are going to talk about a California shop owner as the news about her is going viral over the internet. The public is going through the internet to know more about this incident as it is going viral. So, we have brought information about the owner in this article for our readers. Not only that we are going to give the details about the ongoing viral news as the public is searching about it over the internet. So, keep reading through the article to know more.
California Shop Owner Shot Dead Over LGBTQ+ Pride Flag
There has been news going viral over the internet that Laura Ann has been shot dead over the comments on the LGBTQ+ pride flag, that she has been displayed in her store. According to the authorities, she have displayed the flag in front of her store and because of that, there has been some dispute over it before police made it there she has been shot dead in her store. The rumors that this dispute has taken place over the LGBTQ+ pride flag, there have been some comments made by the man. Everyone like to know more about this incident, you can find more information regarding this matter in the next section of the article.
Some of the officials also mentioned that she has been pronounced dead when the help reach the crime scene. At the time of her dead, she was 66 years old and this incident took place on Friday night. According to the county sheriff’s office of San Bernardino, during the investigation, they found that before shooting her he has been making some disrespectful comments regarding the pride flag and then shot her dead in her clothing stores. These kinds of incidents always left the public in shock and in fear. To know more about this incident, read the next section of the article.
There has been news that officers are able to locate the suspect, the man who started this shooting over the store. He has been shot dead after confirmation made by the officers. Carleton who mostly preferred to go by the name of Lauri, survived by her family. She used to own the Mag. The pi clothing store was located in Cedar Glen. Some of the group of LGBTQ+ also told that she was not part of their community but she used to spend some time helping everyone. As she died defending the pride flag that is placed in front of her store.