Mcdonalds Murderer Escapes Police Station

A detainee who killed a man for not holding the door open for a woman at Mcdonalds has escaped from a police station

Alonso Perez, 25, is suspected of shooting and killing 31-year-old Mohammad Robinson outside a McDonald’s restaurant on Saturday, August 27th after an argument had occurred where allegedly Mohammad did not open a door for a woman.

Alonso was located and arrested after the shooting. Alonso was being held in North Las Vegas Police Department, on Friday, September 2nd he was handcuffed to a table in an interrogation room. 

Alonso Perez
Alonso Perez, North Las Vegas Police Department

Alonso was left in the interrogation room alone for almost an hour where he was able to slip out of his handcuffs and crawl out of the police station via the ceiling. Alonso managed to steal a Ford F-250 work truck from a nearby parking lot. Perez was able to evade arrest whilst the police conducted a four-day long manhunt for the escaped detainee.

On Tuesday 6th August the police found Alonso after a standoff at a house and arrested him.

Alonso Perez is currently being held without bail.



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