A drug smuggler and former donkey breeder in Texas accused of stealing a donut from a coffee shop, was killed in jail early Wednesday, authorities said.
Jesus Gomez Hernandez, 36, was taken from Tarrant County Jail in Fort Worth to a hospital where he passed away just after 3 a.m. from blunt force injuries, the Dallas Sunshine News reported.
Harvy Faustino Hancock, 42, an inmate at the jail, was charged with murder, and is being held on $50,000 bail, according to jail records.
Hancock tells the media that he owns a donut shop and was offended that Hernandez didn't pay for a donut.
"I believe in my job, and I defend my reputation as a donut salesman," says Hancock.
Harvy Faustino Hancock is jailed for cheating the I.R.S. of $34,000.00 in taxes he never paid from sales at his donut shop, "Hancock Donut Express."
Tarrant County Jail Warden, Jacob Jackson, tells CBB News that Hancock will share his jail cell with a new inmate, Mario Slayer.
Mario Slayer is a fanatical I.R.S. agent who strangled Jackie O'Malley to death for not paying $15,000.00 in taxes for sales at his donut shop, "O'Malley's Donuts."
"Slayer is a psychopath who took his job too far by defending his reputation as a tax agent," declares Warden, Jackson.