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OKC Man Accused Of Shooting Up Business Over Repossessed Car

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Genaro Juarez Cuadros, 30, is facing six counts of shooting with intent to kill and is being held on a $128,000 bond. Genaro Juarez Cuadros, 30, is facing six counts of shooting with intent to kill and is being held on a $128,000 bond.
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A metro man is in jail accused of opening fire at a Southwest Oklahoma City auto body shop. The owner says it was all because he got mad that his car got repossessed.

Genaro Juarez Cuadros, 30, is facing six counts of shooting with intent to kill and is being held on a $128,000 bond. The confrontation took place in the 2400 block of SW 29th street.

Besides the owners of the shop, there was a woman and her three children parked in the shop lot when bullets started flying.

"I'm here and he punch me in the head,” said the auto body shop owner. “And I grabbed something and hit him."

This owner says he hired Cuadros to do odd jobs around his shop. But then became the target of his rage. He does not want to be identified because he fears retaliation by Caudros and his family.

The bullet holes from Monday afternoon's shooting are all around. There are two in a trashcan and one in a car door. The owner says he ducked to keep from getting hit and then hid in a nearby bathroom. He still can't believe Cuadros pointed the gun at an innocent woman and her children who were there with his wife.

“"He trying to kill her too, saying ‘I'm killing you too,'" said the owner.

The owner and police report states Cuadros had bought a car from him and his wife at the auto body shop, but had failed to make payments. When his wife took back the car at the shop, Caudros went crazy and started shooting his gun.

The owner says Caudros then took off running down the street and police were able to track him down to a car lot nearby.

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