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This Woman Was Kidnapped By Her Husband But When He Made Her Go Inside To Pick Up A Pizza She Passed An SOS Note That Saved Her Life

A woman in Texas is lucky to be alive after having allegedly been abused and kidnapped by her husband. The story takes a wild turn as the husband allowed her to enter a Dominos Pizza to pick up the pizza and the woman left an SOS note with an employee who called police.

A woman was kidnapped by her husband but thanks to fast acting Dominos employees she’s now safe and sound.

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The woman delivered the message at a Domino’s Pizza shop in Anthony, Texas on Monday night when her captor husband allowed her to grab their order, according to the El Paso Times.

“He allowed her to go inside to pick up the pizza and she was able to pass the information to the clerk,” Anthony Texas Police Chief Carlos Enriquez told the site.

Cops were called to the pizza shop, where they were then directed to the couple’s home 8 miles away in Chamberino, New Mexico.

When police arrived at the home about 1 a.m. Tuesday, they discovered the victim tied up, gagged and beaten, according to Enriquez.

You can see the video of the incident here.

The woman had passed the note to an employee when she entered the Dominos Pizza to pick up her order.

Strangely enough, it’s not the first time Dominos Pizza employees have helped save a kidnapping victim.

A Dominos Pizza delivery driver also came to the rescue of a kidnapping victim. A woman who answered the door with a black eye mouthed “Help me!” To the delivery worker. As soon as he left he alerted police to the woman’s plea. Police arrived and found that the woman had been held against her will and abused.

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Street Vendor By The Name Of Lorenzo Pérez Murdered Execution Style — “The person who killed my dad took away a part of me”

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Street Vendor By The Name Of Lorenzo Pérez Murdered Execution Style — “The person who killed my dad took away a part of me”

Like many street vendors, 45-year-old Lorenzo Pérez sold food to support his family.

Married and the father of four children ages 15, 13, 9, and 1, Perez is described by friends and family as being well known amongst neighborhood residents. He was often seen working alongside his daughter who helped him on occasion. Now, the community and family who knew Perez well are in mourning, after he was shot in broad daylight while doing his job.

Perez died after he being shot in the head in southeast Fresno on Sunday afternoon.

Fresno Police were called to the scene of a possible robbery at Alta and Pierce Avenues, near Kings Canyon and Willow around 4:30 p.m. on Sunday. On the way to the scene, the police officers learned that a street vendor had been shot once in the head.

According to reports, Perez was rushed to Community Regional Medical Center where he ultimately died.

Witnesses of the murder told officers that a man had beckoned Perez to come over to him in a way that suggested he was going to purchase something from him.

According to police reports, when Perez walked up to the suspect, the man pulled out a gun and shot the vendor. He then stole a few items, which have not been identified, and flew the scene. Witnesses told police officers that they’d seen the man loitering around the area before the shooting.

A local news station reported that “Officers are now looking into surveillance footage from the area to try and identify the shooter… Through a statement, Fresno City Council President Luis Chavez announced that he will be offering a $5000 reward for information leading to the shooter’s arrest.”

“The coward that murdered our food vendor, turn yourself in and face the consequences. You’ve brought tremendous pain to a family and our city,” Chavez exclaimed in the statement.

To help the Perez family, Councilmember Esmeralda Soria set up a GoFundMe account which has already raised $141,780 out of its $125,000 goal.

Perez’s son, Isai, described his father in a recent interview as a “great man.”

“My father was a great man. He was a great father, a great husband, a great friend,” he said in an interview. “He spread love and kindness. He was about fairness, he wanted to share his happiness. He meant no harm. He didn’t deserve to go like this. The person who killed my dad took away a part of me. My dad went through everything for us. He took away my father. He took away the opportunity of me being with him in his last moments and it’s heartbreaking. I hope they find the murderer soon.”

If you have any information on the shooting please call Valley Crime Stoppers at (559) 498-STOP.

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Lady Gaga’s Dog Walker Speaks Out About Shooting That Left Him With A ‘very close call with death’

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Lady Gaga’s Dog Walker Speaks Out About Shooting That Left Him With A ‘very close call with death’

Lady Gaga’s dog walker and friend has had a nightmare of a week.

Ryan Fischer garnered public attention last week after he was shot while walking the pop singer’s three French bulldogs. The altercation not only resulted in him being harmed but shockingly included the kidnapping of two of the singer’s dogs.

Now, after days of reports and speculation, he is speaking out publicly for the first time since being attacked.

In a set of Instagram posts Monday, Fischer said he is “still in recovery from a very close call with death.”

Describing himself as being “humbled and grateful” Fischer thanked his followers for the love and support he has received in the days after his attack. Fischer also thanked the first responders and neighbors who called for help on his behalf as well as Lady Gaga herself.

“Your babies are back and the family is whole… we did it! You have shown so much support throughout this whole crisis to both me and my family. But your support as a friend, despite your own traumatic loss from your kids, was unwavering. I love you and thank you,” Fisher wrote.

Last Friday, Gaga’s two dogs, who were stolen from Fischer, were safely returned by an unknown woman.

At the time of her dogs’, Koji and Gustav, disappearance Lady Gaga offered a $500,000 reward for their safe return.

In his posts, Fischer recounted how Asia, Gaga’s third dog who was not, taken, stayed with him after he’d been shot. Fisher claimed that “while a car sped away and blood poured from my gunshot wound.”Asia stayed next to him while he bled .”I will write and say more later, but the gratitude for all the love I feel from around this planet is immense and intense. I felt your healing support! Thank you.”

The Los Angeles Police Department remains looking into the incident and the two men responsible for the attack are still at large.

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