Police name suspect in fatal shooting outside of Mexican restaurant

Thursday, November 17, 2011 at 3:39pm
Staff reports
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Luis Napoleon Paz

Metro police have named a suspect in the Nov. 6 fatal shooting of Antonio Nasario, 25, outside of the San Jose Fiesta Mexican Restaurant.

According to police, an arrest warrant charges 18-year-old Luis Napoleon Paz for Nasario’s death, stating that Paz is alleged to be the passenger of the gold Toyota Camry who shot Nasario in the chest in the parking lot of the restaurant at 99 Wallace Road.

Police said Paz was last known to have lived on Haystack Lane and ask anyone with information on Paz's location to call Crime Stoppers at 74-CRIME. Spanish-speaking operators are available.

Citizens can also send an electronic tip to Crime Stoppers by texting the word “CASH” along with their message to 274637 (CRIMES) or by going online at www.nashvillecrimestoppers.com.

Persons who contact Crime Stoppers by phone, text or Internet can remain anonymous and qualify for a cash reward.

6 Comments on this post:

By: C.A.Jones on 11/18/11 at 8:44

This is a tragedy!!! All these guys wanted when they came to America was a better chance in life. All they want to do is to work that jobs that fat lazy Americans don't want to do. I for one suspect some kind of right wing cover up here that is attempting to persecute this poor man. It was defnitely some American white upper class male that shot this other poor man and they are simply blaming it on this poor young hispanic male.
If anyone wants to join me, I will be starting a memorial fund for Antonio Nasario. I hope to collect enough to be able to send his remains back to Mexico since he loved his home so very much. Please Paypal your donations to buildaproperfence@thisshitwouldnthappen.com

By: bartsdad on 11/18/11 at 10:05

this is a human being with friends and family that has been murdered...glad you get your jollies by delighting in the misfortune of others. Not that it should matter...but nothing was even mentioned about legality of anyone involved...which simply makes your statement ignorant and racist.

By: rbull on 11/18/11 at 11:44

What are worried about after all it was just two Mexicans doing their thing and now we have one less Mexican on the streets and another one in jail and fixing to be deported.

By: Magnum on 11/18/11 at 12:32

Bartsdad, not to dismiss what was indeed a post lacking empathy, but the legality of these men wasn't questioned in the post. The assumption was made that these gentlemen were immigrants, but not necessarily illegal immigrants.

By: yucchhii on 11/18/11 at 3:14

Lol, POLITICIANS!!! Has anyone woke up yet to know that the politicians are doing this to the USA INTENTIONALLY!!! If they were REALLY CONCERNED, they would have done something about these things LOOOONG AGO!!! YO main, WHASSSSSSSS UP MAIN? betta make sho jew lerning my laingwage and real soon tu!!!

By: C.A.Jones on 11/21/11 at 9:03

Bartsdad is a racist!!!!! He read that story and all he could think about was that these two young men were illegally in this country? Why? Because of their names? The photo of the one young lad?

Bartsdad, I hereby call for you to voluntarily serve 1000 hours of community service in the Nolensville Rd. area helping to clean that community up and bond with the hispanics living in the area. You need to see that these are people too, and not just another statistic.