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The shop is located near Southwest 29th Street and Agnew Avenue.
According to news9.com, the owner said he hired Cuadros to do odd jobs around his shop but then became the target of his rage. He does not want to be identified because he fears retaliation by Caudros and his family.
Gary Knight from the Oklahoma City Police said that nobody was hit by the gunfire. One man, who was hiding in the shop, described the shooting. He was asked to be known as Mike to protect his identity.
Mike said that he shot the gun maybe three or four times, hid and shut the door. Police said the shooting was over a dispute about a car payment with a woman at the auto shop. Knight said that she had sold him the car and he had not been making the payments he had promised. The bullet holes from the June 1 afternoon shooting are all around, wrote Adrianna Iwasinski, News 9. There are two in a trashcan and one in a car door. The owner said he hid in a nearby bathroom after ducking to avoid getting hit.