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US 'I know nothing': Mother of slain UPS driver asks law enforcement for transparency

07:50  11 december  2019
07:50  11 december  2019 Source:   latimes.com

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MIAMI — The mother of the UPS driver who was held hostage and killed last week said she was being kept in the dark by authorities about the details surrounding her son’s death.

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  Mom of slain UPS driver says she didn't come to this country 'for my son to be killed' UPS driver Frank Ordoñez, a father of two, was working his route in Miami when his truck was comandeered in an attempted armed robbery that ended in a hail of gunfire. He had recently started driving a new route, according to his parents. His truck was hijacked by two men who had attempted an armed robbery on a South Florida jewelry store. Ordoñez was still inside the vehicle when authorities launched a two-county, rush-hour police chase that ended in a shootout between authorities and the suspects. Four people were killed, including the suspects and Ordoñez.It's unclear whose gunfire hit Ordoñez.

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“Today is the fifth day and I know nothing.,” said Luz Apolinario as she left the funeral for her son, 27-year-old Frank Ordonez.

“The only thing I know is that I have left my son here and that my son will not come back and I have to leave on my own. That’s all I know, and that it was not time to leave him here,” said Apolinario, who spoke after burying her son Tuesday at Vista Memorial Gardens in Miami Lakes. “I feel I am dead inside.”

Ordonez, a 70-year-old man and the two robbers were killed Thursday evening in what began as a theft at Regent Jewelers in Coral Gables. From there, the robbers hijacked a UPS truck that Ordonez was driving, and held him hostage as they sped from police in a high-speed Miami-Dade and Broward chase, terrorizing rush-hour commuters in the two counties.

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The chase ended in a violent finale on Miramar Parkway, as police and the robbers opened fire on the traffic-clogged roadway, leading to the death of Ordonez and Richard Cutshaw, a 70-year-old Pembroke Pines resident and union representative who was driving a nearby car.

The two robbers — Lamar Alexander and Ronnie Hill, both of Miami-Dade County — were also killed in the shootout.

The FBI, which is in charge of the investigation, has shed little light on Ordonez’s death and whether he was killed by police fire.

The family of Ordonez has been demanding transparency from law enforcement, as videos have surfaced that call into question the police response. More than 100 rounds of ammunition were fired during the incident.

Apolinario told reporters Tuesday that Ordonez’s daughters, ages 5 and 3, still don’t know or understand the details of what happened to their dad.

Ordonez “was the best young man, honest, friendly. He spread love,” Apolinario said.

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