El Paso Shooting Widower car severely damaged hours after wife's funeral
El Paso Shooting Widower car severely damaged hours after wife’s funeral
Beasley Media Group Digital
August 18th, 2019
EL PASO, TX - AUGUST 16: Antonio Basco greets well wishers to a public memorial for his wife, Margie Reckard, on August 16, 2019 in El Paso, Texas. Reckard was one of 22 killed during the Walmart shooting in El Paso on August 3rd. Basco invited the public to attend the memorial in her honor and has laid fresh flowers everyday since the shooting at a make-shift memorial outside the outlet. (Photo by Sandy Huffaker/Getty Images)
Antonio Basco, 61, of El Paso, who just buried his shooting victim wife had his car severely damaged hours later.
Basco made headlines after revealing they didn’t have family; inviting the public to his wife Margie Reckard’s funeral.
The support poured in from thousands across the country and the world.
In a social media post, a dispatcher and office manager for Kings Towing said that Basco’s car was stolen and wrecked on Saturday night.
“Mr. Antonio Basco’s vehicle was stolen and wrecked last night. My husband towed it back to his house this morning. W** is wrong with people!? He just buried his wife yesterday and now this sh**. This is the same vehicle CASA just completely serviced and repaired for him. He told my husband that whoever took it also stole a pressure washing machine from a small trailer he used to use for mobile car washing. Share the shit out of this post to find the ….. who would do this. SHARE!!!”
A pressure washing machine from Basco’s trailer that he used for his mobile car washing business was also stolen.