A California grandfather has died after he was allegedly crushed for asking folks in a Starbucks car parking zone to show down their music.
Robert Ketner, 69, was slugged after he confronted River Baumann, 20, for blaring tunes final week outdoors the espresso chain in Rocklin, news station KTXL reported.
“He was form of sitting outdoors, ingesting his latte when the car of some type got here by,” a relative, who didn’t need to be recognized, instructed the outlet.
“It was like actually loud music; folks had been complaining about it. So, he identified, like, which automobile it was and requested them to show their music down.”
Police allege the person punched Ketner and he fell to the bottom, struggling an damage to his head that knocked him unconscious, news station KOVR reported.
The retired grandfather was delivered to the hospital, the place he was placed on life help and died 4 days later, the outlet reported.
“Regardless of the argument was, nobody deserves to lose their life,” Rocklin Police Cpl. Zack Lewis mentioned. “So, it’s a tragic factor that we have now to expertise this.”
Baumann was initially arrested on suspicion of assault in connection to the dispute, however he was hit with a manslaughter cost within the wake of Ketner’s demise, the shops reported.