PALMDALE – A man who allegedly fatally stabbed a father and daughter in a Kohl’s parking lot in Palmdale last fall pleaded not guilty Tuesday to a pair of murder charges.
Carlos Francogonzalez is charged in the Oct. 27 attack on 54-year-old Kenneth Evans and 22-year-old McKenna Evans in the store’s parking lot in the 39800 block of 10th Street West.
The charges include an allegation that he used a deadly weapon, according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office.
Francogonzalez asked Kenneth Evans for assistance regarding his vehicle, during which an argument allegedly ensued that “led to a physical fight and ultimately the stabbing of both victims,” according to a statement released by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.
McKenna Evans died at the scene and Kenneth Evans died at a hospital, according to the sheriff’s department.
Francogonzalez — who turned 36 on the day of the attack — was taken into custody that afternoon and has remained behind bars since then, jail records show.
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2 comments for "Man pleads not guilty in double-killing in Palmdale parking lot"
America's Most Gets Cancelled Again says
Woke media won’t say the truth that he is an ILLEGAL ALIEN and ex-cartel criminal purposely inflicted upon us by the Democrats and Biden’s corrupt regime. He didn’t need to be here (by federal law) but the Dems want us to be victimized and live in fear.
Guaranteed they won’t print this, the feckless, biased weenies.
Kenya Doss says
Right the law will never tell the truth about the whole situation they want to minimize it sad!+