Amie WilliamsMotoriousJune 2, 2020, 3:58 PM CDT
“Right now we’re thinking 50 [vehicles] … Gone,” said Carlos Hidalgo, owner of the dealership. “We have trackers on them so we’re seeing which ones are out there. They’re running around everywhere.”
There’s no denying that 2020 is a year for the history books that nobody in this lifetime could forget even if they tried. While we are still dealing with a global pandemic that has been spreading like a wildfire doused with gasoline, protests have turned into violent riots across the country following the recent death of George Floyd after his neck was pinned by the knee of Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin during an arrest.