MIAMI – (CBS4) -Two barbershop employees got into an argument Saturday evening that police say ended with one man shot to death. 

Police say the argument began at a barbershop known as FastCuts at 10002 West Flagler Street at 5:20 p.m. 

Initially, the man had been airlifted to Jackson Memorial Hospital’s Ryder Trauma Center where he had been listed in critical condition.

But a few hours later, police say, the man died at the hospital as a result of his injuries.

“The subject armed with a hand gun shot several times in the direction of the victim striking him one time,” said Miami-Dade Police Spokesman Javier Baez.

Shell casings were left at the scene. 

Police did not immediately identify the victim saying his family had yet to be notified. Police are questioning another employee, but had not filed any charges as of Saturday night.
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Comments (5)
  1. Marti says:

    Thank you CBS you were the only place I could find information about what happen that barber shop is where my son get his hair cut.

  2. GAIN AND AGEIN says:

    RIP, to his family and friends…too

    GUN CONTROL is important!!! EVERYWHERE.

  3. rene says:

    What is wrong with you people? Is a human dead here and this is a tragedy. Joking about nacatales,or little managua or banging someone is very offending and u must be a real jerk for make a comments like this.Would u make the same comment if your family were involved? Think better next time idiot.

  4. Jonathan Marquez says:

    This is very sad you people joking about this i actually knew the guy that died he was my barber he was a very nice guy and he didn’t have no family here in the U.S is very sad and its not in little managua or watever actually my grandmas buisness is next to the barbershop and the guy that killed him was new to the job he was like a week old and the last time he cut my hair was a week ago im very sad.

    1. MiamiNative says:

      Not that it matters, but that area is known as Little Managua because a lot of Nicaraguans settled there.

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