Eric Gomez 27, shot and killed, Tucson community mourns his death

Eric Gomez Death – The road rage shooting that resulted in three men being shot and one man losing his life is currently being investigated by the Tucson police department. The passing of Eric Gomez, who was 27 years old, has caused the community to be in mourning. According to the police report, Gomez was riding his motorcycle with a group of friends when he was shot and died on January 13. A person who does not wish to be recognized said, “It’s messed up, it was the wrong person, and he was a good man.

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” Two other men were shot and brought to the hospital with injuries that were not considered to be life-threatening.  One of them is currently receiving treatment in the hospital after suffering an injury. “He just cared about everyone, he was honest and hard-working man. He didn’t deserve what happened to him,” said a person who doesn’t want to be identified. People close to Gomez say he was passionate about riding motorcycles. Another person who did not wish to be recognized added, “He really loved to ride his bike with his friends.”

“He really loved to ride his bike with his friends.” At approximately seven o’clock in the evening, the shooting took place at the intersection of East Bilby Road and South Nogales Highway. “He use to come hang out and work on bikes with me. When he use to come around and change the vibe. He had a good soul, he didn’t have one bad bone in his body,” a person who doesn’t want to be identified said. According to Gomez’s aunt, the individual who was responsible for her nephew’s death was in a red jeep with the word “juicy” written on the side of it.

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A person who did not wish to be recognized stated, “I hope some justice comes for him because he deserves that and so does his son.” According to multiple close friends of Gomez who spoke to the reporterTucson, he went suddenly on the same day as his son’s birthday. Many of the people who loved Gomez and wanted to show their respects at his memorial did so. Please contact the police at 9-1-1 or 88-CRIME if you have any information regarding the shooting.

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